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- Tuesday 16 October 2012
- 7.00pm to 8.30pm
- Lecturers: Prof Frances Ashcroft
We are all familiar with the idea that machines are powered by electricity, but perhaps not so aware that this is also true for ourselves. Award-winning physiologist Frances Ashcroft will weave real-life stories with the latest scientific findings to explain the fundamental role of electricity in our bodies, from what happens during a heart attack to why chilli peppers taste hot.
Tickets: £10 standard, £7 concessions and £5 Associates. Members go free.
Make a night of it! Come for a cocktail or something delicious, modern and British to eat in the bar. The bar and café at the Ri has the perfect atmosphere for a night out.
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