Learn about stem cells, comparative law and moving to zero waste at free public event

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The next University of Southampton Researchers’ Café will take place on Wednesday 18 March from 5.30pm to 7pm in the Arlott Bar of the University’s Staff Social Centre, University Rd, Highfield.


The Researchers’ Café gives members of the public the opportunity to hear about topical research issues and discuss them in an informal space. This event is part of the Southampton Science and Engineering Festival.


This free event will feature three topics:


‘Making replacement body parts in the lab’ with Dr Nick Evans; ‘Apples, oranges and tomatoes in the fruit salad’ – with Ida Petretta (This talk is not strictly about apples, oranges, tomatoes, or fruit salad, it is about comparison); and ‘Waste management and the move to zero waste’ with Professor Ian Williams and Dr Tony Curran.


Dr Tony Curran, who organises the The Researchers’ Café, says: “Come along for a fun evening, learn and stretch your grey matter. No need to register, just come along.”


For further information visit www.soton.ac.uk/researcherscafe, join the Facebook group “Researchers’ Café” and follow @ResearchersCafe on twitter.

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