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Science for People who Don't Want to Know About Science

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This is the first of BlueSci’s science communcations talks. Tim Radford is currently a freelance journalist, but has previously worked for The Guardian as their science editor. In his 32 years with the paper he also edited the letters, arts and literary sections. He has been presented with the Award for Science Writer of the Year four times by the Association of British Science Writers.

Admission is free for BlueSci members and £2 for members. All members of the University and public are welcome.

This talk is part of the [POPULAR Science] series.

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