Heatons & Reddish

Science

Contact and leader. Peter Williams

As a result of the Covid19 pandemic the Science group is meeting remotely using Zoom.
Meeting are on the 4th Monday of each month starting at 10.30am and lasting approximately 1 hour.
Members will be sent an email with joining instructions on the Saturday before each meeting.
Those not already on the distribution list and who want to join these meetings can send a message from the "click to send a message" button on this page and they will be included.

Topics for forthcoming meetings are:

November...Sleep
January......Gene Editing
February.....Biomechanics
March........Perchance to Dream ( sequel to sleep)
April..........Highlights of the Science Museum Group

The Science group has been formed to explore and learn about the wonders of science in its broadest sense; biology, physics, chemistry, engineering and maybe even some gentle mathematics.

You don’t need to have been a Scientist or Engineer to appreciate science and talks will be pitched at a level where no prior knowledge is assumed

Topics will range through
• Discoveries and inventions
• The Scientists - interesting lives
• Applications of science
• Impact of science on society

Visits to scientifically interesting locations ( museums, visitor centres ) will be arranged from time to time.

The plan is to make each meeting stand alone so members need not feel obliged to come each month, although most do.

Click here to for a printable version of the Science Group Programme for 2020

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Architecture Art
Art Appreciation Bird Watching
Canoeing Country Dancing
Drama Family History
Heritage History
Modern Literature Music Appreciation
Photography Play reading
Science Scrabblers
Sing Along Strollers
Ukulele Band Walking Groups
Writing