Conventional meetings are cancelled until further notice but we now meet by video conferencing using Zoom.
The next meeting will be at 2.00pm, Friday, June 25, 2021. Our member, John Stirling, will give a talk following on from our last session's Forensic Science titled,
What goes on in a forensic science laboratory - from drug detection to modern methods of DNA Fingerprinting?.
The Zoom link will be sent to group members a day or so before the meeting.
Others who are interested are welcome to join the meeting. You may contact the convener through the blue bird on the top right of this page.
The group operates by means of exposition, discussion and joint enquiry. Some sessions are led by members who have a background in science who give a presentation on a chosen subject. Some examples are Evolution, The Periodic Table, Medical Imaging and Genetic Diseases. In Science in the News sessions, usually held once or twice a term, members of the group speak for a few minutes on some aspect of science or technology published in the popular media or in scientific journals which have caught their attention. Each presentation is discussed by the group.
From Feb 2020 meetings will be held at a new time, from 1pm to 3pm on the last Friday of the month in The King's Arms, 55 The Grove, Ealing, W5 5DX (but see above)
Everyone with an interest in science or technology is welcome.You don't have to a be scientist to join the group, just have a curiosity about the world around us. There is room for a few more members.
Convener: Mike Black, tel 020 8997 5503 or email through the blue bird above