We're delighted to announce that CECAN team members; Amy Proctor, Dave Byrne, Adam Hejnowicz and Pete Barbrook-Johnson will be hosting this talk as part of the British Science Festival, taking place in Hull and the Humber from 11 – 14 September 2018.
The four-day event is one of Europe’s longest-established science festivals, which each year travels to a new part of the UK, bringing a vast array of events, performances and exhibitions with a scientific twist. Working in partnership with the University of Hull and other organisations in the Humber region, the British Science Festival will be a flagship event as part of Hull’s City of Culture legacy focusing on three key areas – energy and the environment; health and the medical sciences; and exploration, movement and discovery.
For better or worse, Brexit means government policy is undergoing the biggest upheaval in living memory. Many policies are likely to be reimagined, but will anyone ever ask whether they are working? Join panellists as they discuss waste crime, energy and farming policies post Brexit.
Follow this link to register for this free event. Booking and confirmation of booking are essential for all as places are limited