Science for All Group


Summary This group aims to share an interest in science and technology with all U3A members, whether they have a related background or not. Topics will be relevant to everyday life.
Venue The group meets in the upstairs (Rhodes) room, Bramhall Village Club, Lumb Lane 2.00 - 4.00pm
Normally on the first Wednesday of the month
Contact Mike Hollingsworth - Telephone details are in the paper/email copy of the newsletter
Email groups@bramhallu3a.org.uk with 'U3A Science for All enquiry' as the subject



Date Programme
July/Aug 2022 No Meetings
Wed 7th Sep 2022 "Finding solutions to pregnancy problems" a talk given by Professor Colin Sibley, retired Professor of Child Health and Physiology, Manchester University.
Wed 5th Oct 2022 "Visit to the Catalyst Science Discovery Centre and Museum"
Wed 2nd Nov 2022 "HS2 Rolling stock: reflections on the first 12 months of project delivery", a talk by Bernie Rowell, Head of Delivery, HS2 Ltd
Spaghetti-Marshmallow Challenge, Dec 2018 The Torrs, May 2022
Spaghetti-Marshmallow Challenge, Dec 2018 The Torrs, May 2022

 

Past Events
Jun 2022 "Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics", A talk given by Mr Neil Sheldon, ex-mathematics teacher at Manchester Grammar School.
May 2022 "The Torrs of New Mills", A guided visit to the Torrs of New Mills
Apr 2022 "The Torrs of New Mills", a talk by Pete Webb, Walk Mill Consultancy and a member of New Mills u3a
Mar 2022 "Understanding the human perception of colour", a talk by Leigh Edwards (Exeter u3a).
Feb 2022 "Manchester to Hiroshima", a talk by John Hewitt, a member of Heatons & Reddish u3a
Jan 2022 "Genetic Scissors", a talk by Peter Williams, coordinator Science group, Heatons & Reddish u3a

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