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Science Rocks

Part of the Pint of Science series

16 May 2018, 7.30PM–9.30PM
Curly Coo on Barnton Street, Stirling, FK8 1HH
Christian Schroeder and Maggie Cusack from the Faculty of Natural Sciences alongside Gerry McCormac Principal and Vice-Chancellor

This year, the University of Stirling is hosting Pint of Science in Stirling for the first time. Pint of Science is a national event which brings scientists out of the lab and into your local pub. We are holding three nights of talks on Monday 14th, Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th May.

In this session, we will have a series of talks which are both down to earth and alien. The speakers will tell us about their research on whether there could be life on Mars, whether seashells act as thermometers and how we can use carbon dating to answer important questions.

In this session, we will have a series of talks which are both down to earth and alien. The speakers will tell us about their research on whether there could be life on Mars, whether seashells act as thermometers and how we can use carbon dating to answer important questions.

Open to all.
Tickets cost £4 each and are available at https://pintofscience.co.uk/event/environmental-science

Christian Schroeder and Maggie Cusack from the Faculty of Natural Sciences alongside Gerry McCormac Principal and Vice-Chancellor

RSVP: Open to all. Tickets cost £4 each and are available at: https://pintofscience.co.uk/event/environmental-science

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