SCIENCE

The Café Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, people meet to discuss the latest ideas & developments in science and technology that change our lives.

Most of the people who attend are non-scientists. The Café aims to bring scientists out of the laboratory or University and into the public arena where they can meet people face to face in a place where drinks are served, and everyone feels relaxed and comfortable.

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SCIENCE & DEMOCRACY

Monday March 20th
Hakuna Matata, Swinegate

Speaker: Prof. Norman Levitt
US Author & Mathematician

SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC

Tuesday March 21st
Players, 75 Kirkgate

Speaker: Prof. Brian Wynne
Sociologist & Policy Advisor

SCIENCE & THE PRESS

Wednesday March 22nd
Café Moderno, Lower Briggate

Speaker: Dr Philip Campbell
Editor of "Nature"

WELLCOME TO THE FUTURE

Thursday March 23rd
Café In Seine, Duncan Street

Speaker: Dr Barbara Skene
Wellcome Scientific Programme Manager

SCIENCE & ETHICS

Friday March 24th
Waterstone's, Albion Street

Speaker: Dr Naomi Pfeffer
Consumers for Ethical Research

SOCIETY.

Week of events in Leeds

March 20th to 24th 2000

All events start at 8pm

main menus

http://www.cafe-sci.org.uk

Funded by the Royal Society & British Association Millennium Awards Scheme, financed by the Millennium Commission to encourage people's understanding of Science, Engineering & Technology.