In association with Science Oxford
From 12 to 22 October 2018

Everyday Science

Venue: Oxfordshire County Library, Queen Street, Westgate, Oxford, OX1 1DJ

Which foods should you eat to trick your brain into thinking that you are full? How hairy are you really? How can we use science to make better tasting wine? Find out all this and more from the Naked Mathematician, Tom Crawford. Suitable for 12 years +.

Tom Crawford is a tutor at St Hugh’s College at the University of Oxford where he teaches maths to the first and second year undergraduate students. He previously worked for the Naked Scientists – an award-winning production company that specialises in broadcasting science news internationally via the radio and podcasts. As part of this role Tom was frequently heard talking all things science and maths on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, BBC Radio 5 Live and ABC Australia.

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15th October 2018
Event Type
Talk
Topic
Science

Start Time: 18:00
End Time: 19:00

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