THIS year's Cheshire Science Festival has a full programme of exciting events in store when it makes a return to Chester later this month.
Author Nick Arnold, pictured, will be presenting his Horrible Science Best Bits show at Chester Town Hall on Monday, March 14.
14. The action-packed show will contain gruesome facts, curious quizzes and revolting experiments for all the family.
Famous author Frans B M der Waal will be appearing at University College Chester (UCC) on Tuesday, March 22, discussing whether we are naturally nasty.
His lively presentation looks at social behaviour exhibited by our fellow primates, with video footage of the social interaction of monkeys and apes.
Michael Leach will be giving a presentation on Monday (March 7), at Chester Town Hall, on his exploits as a BBC wildlife photographer, revealing high-speed techniques and other tricks of the trade.
Other events during March include Cosmos Science, an on-line tour of the night skies, by the Chester Astronomical Society; Eyes Surprised, an evening of illusion and perpetual paradox by Danny Morrell of UCC; Ghosts and Hauntings Revisited; and the ever-popular geological walks around Chester. The Science Festival is hosted by the Centre for Science Communication (SciComm), at University College Chester. Full programme listings will be advertised soon or you can contact the Science Festival Office for further information and tickets.
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