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Legacy Project Showcase

    • Location:
    • Online

    • Date:
    • 28 November 2020
    • Time:
    • 2:30 pm til 3:15 pm
    • Price:
    • Free!

How will STEMM research affect the daily lives of Bristolians in the future?

 

Over the past few months we have been working with PhD researchers at the University of Bristol to encourage them to explore the legacy of their work and the impact on the daily lives of future Bristolians. These imagined futures have been captured in the form of short monologues, which have been recorded by actors in isolation.

 

Join us at this interactive event to watch the monologues, followed by a discussion to consider what shape the future might take, and what life-changing improvements you would like to see from the research showcased.

 

The event will be presented by Olly Langdon (Kilter) and Debbie Nicol, Nikita Gandhi, Vivienne Kuh, and Prof. Richard Owen (University of Bristol).

 

Open to all inquisitive minds!

 

This event is being run as part of FUTURES 2020, for European Researchers’ Night.

 

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