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You know it makes sense

Let brain scientists stimulate, startle and deceive your senses. Join the Manchester Science Group for an insiders' guide to perception.

"Little Rosie Hood is traumatised by the recent death of her grandma who was eaten by a wolf. But when Little Rosie steps up to the psychiatrists couch to relieve her of the trauma, all is not what it seems!"

A comical spin on the Little Red Riding Hood story introduces the brain scientists who will stimulate, startle and deceive your senses. How easily can you be tricked? Join the Manchester Science Group for an insiders' guide to perception.


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Date and Time:

6 April 2006 at 8:30 pm


1 hour



Dunard Library, The Hub
Castle Hill
Royal Mile

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Organised by:

The Manchester Science Group
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£5/ £3 (conc)

Available from:

Phone: 0131 557 5588
Online: www.sciencefestival.co.uk
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Additional Information:

For details of other events and activities, see www.manchesterscience.blogspot.com

The Manchester Science Group are a cross-disciplinary group of scientists and science communicators based at the University of Manchester who develop, produce and commission engaging (and fun) science events for the public.

Contact: mansci@googlemail.com for info.

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