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ANNUAL WiSETI LECTURE - MY MUM'S A SCIENTIST
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Professor Francesca Happé is the Director of the Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. She is a mum of three and specialises in autism and Asperger Syndrome research. As well as taking part in several TV documentaries, she was a Royal Institution ‘Scientists for the New Century’ Lecturer.
The Annual Lecture is part of the WiSETI (Women into Science, Engineering, Technology Initiative) programme and is sponsored by Schlumberger Cambridge Research.
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This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.
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