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Explaining the World: How science works

Presenter: John Ellis, Emeritus Professor, Biological Sciences

Date: Thursday 26 November, 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Venue: Red Room / New Creative Space

This event is free, but places are limited so reserve a seat through the Arts Centre Box Office on ext. 24524.

This talk, centred on theories of evolution, derives from a set of lectures by Professor Ellis, aimed at first year graduates in Biology. They aim to help students discover how to think, by discussing the considerations that should be bourne in mind when formulating views about the nature of the world. these considerations apply not just to scientists but to artists and anyone who thinks about the workd we inhabit.