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Polish Science Café: Neuroscience, Linguistics, and Applied Mathematics

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We are very excited to present to you the 13th edition of one of our flagship events – Polish Science Café.

It is an opportunity to hear short talks on the research conducted by the members of our Society at the University, as well as enjoy some drinks and nibbles.

The speakers invited to speak at the event and the titles of their talks sound very interesting indeed: 1) Wiktor Olszowy – Make fMRI research great again! 2) Professor Kasia Jaszczolt – Time: Language and Metaphysics 3) Dr Michał Studziński – A few steps more towards everyday quantum communication

The presentations will be in English and will each take approximately 10-15 minutes with Q&A at the end.

All welcome! You don’t have to be a member. This event is free of charge.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Polish Society series.

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