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The Science Forum: Stem Cell Research

Join Anne Diamond, BBC Oxford Breakfast Show, and eminent speakers in the field for a discussion on advantages of stem cell technology and ethical issues it raises.


What is stem cell research? Why does it attract so much attention? Compered by Anne Diamond, broadcaster, journalist and figurehead of BBC Oxford Breakfast Show, and with eminent speakers from the field, this will be an intelligent discussion that examines the advantages that stem cell technology could bring and the challenging ethical issues it raises. Come along to contribute your views and post questions to the expert panel.


Anne Diamond | talks


Date and Time:

11 November 2005 at 4:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



The Oxford Playhouse
Beaumont Street
01865 305305
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Organised by:

Science Oxford Live
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£6 adults £4 children

Available from:

Booking on 01865 305305 or www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Additional Information:

Organised by The Oxford Trust in partnership with The Oxford Playhouse

Ths is a Science in the City event, part of Evolving City

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