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Public Science Evening

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Warwick Medical School will be hosting a public science evening on 1st May

The evening will consist of engaging talks by our researchers, a relaxed poster session and an opportunity to talk to our researchers and tour the facility*.

The event will start at 6pm, so please arrive at 5:45pm and head to Warwick Medical School reception. There will be friendly ambassadors to help direct you form here.

Sign up below as places are limited.

*Tour sign up sheets will be available upon arrival and due to health and safety, some of the tours have restricted numbers.

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Date: 1st May 2019
Start time: 6pm (please arrive 10 minutes prior for a prompt start)
Location: Warwick Medical School Atrium
A volunteer will be directing people from the Medical Teaching Centre reception

There will be a number of tours available during the poster session. These will be limited to specific numbers to comply with H&S, and available for sign up during the event.

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