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Ri and U3A out and about

Three great speakers for a fascinating afternoon. Get the lowdown on three topics - nanotechnology, prime numbers and the aging brain.

Each year sees the Ri team up with the University of the Third Age (U3A) to put on an afternoon of debate and discussion by some of the best speakers the Ri has been lucky enough to host over the past year or so. This year's talks are:

Will nanotechnology change the world?
Prof Tony Ryan

The music of the primes
Prof Marcus du Sautoy

The brain in sickness and in health
Baroness Susan Greenfield

Full descriptions of each talk are available on www.rigb.org


Baroness Susan Greenfield | talks | www
Prof Tony Ryan | talks | www
Professor Marcus du Sautoy | talks | www


Date and Time:

4 April 2006 at 1:30 pm


Half Day



Friends Meeting House
173 Euston Road

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Organised by:

The Royal Institution of Great Britain
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Available from:

The Ri Events Team on 020 7409 2992 or www.rigb.org

Additional Information:

In asssociation with U3A.

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