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Humanities and Sicence "diluting the limits"

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  • UserProf. Juan Luis Arsuaga, Director of the Human Evolution Museum; Prof. Rodrigo Quiran-Quiroga, University of Leicester; Dr. Francoise Barbira-Freedman, University of Cambridge
  • ClockSaturday 10 October 2015, 11:00-14:00
  • HousePavilion Room, Hughes Hall, Cambridge CB1 2EW.

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Science and Humanities have been linked throughout History leaning on each other. Come on the 10th of Oct, and learn how this happens from the point of view of these 3 masters: Prof Arsuaga, Scientific Director of the Human Evolution Museum in Burgos, keystone decoding Atapuerca, one of the most important archaeological sites in the world; Prof QuirĂ¡n-Quiroga, described as an “interpreter of neurons” heading the Bioengineering Research Group at the University of Leicester and Dr. Barbira-Freedman, medical anthropologist at the University of Cambridge that founded Ampika Ltd, that brings natural medicines to the global market of synthetic drugs. The seminar will be followed by lunch at the restaurant “Zizzi” to continue discussion with the speakers.


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