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Science communication is important in today's technologically advanced society. A good part of the adult community is not science saavy and lacks the background to make sense of rapidly changing technology. My blog attempts to help by publishing articles of general interest in an easy to read and understand format without using mathematics. I also give free lectures in community events - you can arrange these by writing to me.

Sunday, 18 January 2009

Climate Change Talks in February/March 2009....

Free Science Talks for Secondary Pupils & Adults
No Science Background Needed

7:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Tuesdays
3, 10, 17 & 24 February, 3 & 10 March 2009

James Watt Auditorium, E.K. Technology Park
G75 0QD (Ample free parking on site)

In Partnership with: Glasgow University and Scottish Enterprise, Lanarkshire
Further Information:

Climate Change is one of the most important issues facing mankind today. Most scientists and world leaders now accept that the world’s climate is being affected by human activity and urgent action is required to limit the damage not only to our environment but to the way we live.
The talks look at the evidence for climate change and discuss how the Sun, atmosphere, oceans and glaciers affect our climate. Presented in an engaging and informative way, the talks are designed with the express aim to communicate science matters to the local community.
The talks are aimed at the general audience and no prior background in physics or biology is assumed. The talks are also suitable for secondary school pupils who are encouraged to attend. The presentation is visually attractive and highly informative.
Dr. Singhal has taught university level physics for 40 years.

The talks are part of the community education initiative under the Science for All programme.
Talks are free to attend.

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