Join us for INcredible Stories in Science in Cambridge

What happens when you put an astronomer and a medical historian with poets and novelists?

What if the historian is also a poet?

And if the astronomer works in public engagement?

What if the novelists write about science, and one poet reviews for New Scientist?

Five voices from the arts and sciences discuss credibility in science:

 6-7 pm, Wednesday 26th October, Room 221

Lord Ashcroft Building, Anglia Ruskin University

 Part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2001

Marek Kukula, Public Astronomer at the Royal Observatory Greenwich

    •  Marek Kukula, Public Astronomer, Royal Observatory Greenwich

    •  Sue Guiney, Poet, Novelist, Writer-in-Residence, SOAS, University of London

    •  Richard Barnett, Wellcome Trust Public Engagement Fellow

    •  Laura Dietz, Novelist, Science Writer, Anglia Ruskin University

    • Kelley Swain, Poet, Reviewer, Writer-in-Residence, The Whipple Museum of the History of Science

Followed by a workshop on writing stories from science:

1-3:30 pm, Thursday 27th October, Whipple Museum of the History of Science

For the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2011, in collaboration with Anglia Ruskin

  • Led by Laura Dietz & Kelley Swain, with an introduction by Richard Barnett and a guest appearance from Sue Guiney

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