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Winchester Science Festival

Guys.

I am so sorry I have been a bit quiet but I hope the following details will explain why…

Winchester Science Festival is now fully live.

Tickets can be purchased here, http://www3.hants.gov.uk/wdc.htm , just navigate to July the 2oth through the 22nd and you will fine the following sciency goodness;

http://winchesterscifest.org/winchester-science-festival-friday-programme

http://winchesterscifest.org/winchester-science-festival-saturday-programm

http://winchesterscifest.org/winchester-science-festival-sunday-programme

I am frankly stunned that I have managed to hoodwink so many amazing speakers down to our lovely little county but agreed they have and I really think this could be the start of something beautiful (apart from Winchester SitP of course!).

I’m afraid I can’t offer any matey discounts or concessions but I hope the fact that the lectures start at £3 and don’t travel to far North will be appreciated (we haz no funding, yet!). The evening entertainment is a little more pricey but holy moley, look what you get for your £15 squids! I promise, you will not receive such amazing value until next year ;)

 

If you have any questions, drop me a line. Or just shout at me here; www.winchesterscifest.org

2 comments to Winchester Science Festival

  • Unfortunately the three links to the programme details simply stop at the main page.

    The reason I am interested in the programme was that i was curious to see what was included in the way of items related to space.

  • Hi Jerry, this post was about the previous WSF and there were plenty of speakers last year on space topics.

    Dr. Karen L. Master and Alice Sheppard: The Zoo of Galaxies
    Shelia Kanani: Saturn’s Family Portrait
    Helen Keen, Shelia Kanani, Stephen Slater: Destination Titan
    Dr. Lewis Dartnell: Alien Evolution
    Dr. Andrew Pontzen and Dr. Tom Whyntie: Dark Matters
    Dr. Stuart Eves: Sophisticated small satellites from Surrey (and Hampshire)
    Dr. Anna Scaife: Exploring the low-frequency with LOFAR
    Jen Gupta: The Extreme Universe!

    Crispian has a copy of last year’s list on his website : http://crispian-jago.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/winchester-science-festival.html

    The running order for this year has not yet been announced as far as I’m aware. Keep an eye on the WSF site for further details.

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