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Bless you! All fall down. The secret life of a devastating virus
Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019 7:30 pm
Speaker
Dr Rob Lambkin-Williams PhD BSc M.Pharm
Executive Scientific Adviser to hVIVO

When three scientifically-minded Cirencester friends thought of forming a small group to enjoy talks on a range of scientific subjects, little could they have foreseen that twenty-one years later it would be flourishing with over 200 members.  Its name belies the wide area from which members come, stretching from Stroud in the West, northwards to Cheltenham and Malmesbury in the South. 


Each year the society holds a series of ten lectures on a varied selection of topics intended to appeal to a wide variety of interests and levels of scientific background.  Members include not only scientists, doctors and engineers but also many who have a general interest in science and technology.

Our friendly meetings are held at 7.30pm on the second Wednesday of each month, usually at the Royal Agricultural University.  The October talk was an account of the current electrification of the Great Western mainline railway, and on the 14th of November Professor Fritz Verach from Oxford University will be describing the source, chemistry and the benefit to humanity of silk.  Our talk on the 12th of December is entitled “Metals in Medicine: the use of Stents”.

 Students are admitted free. 


Exhibitions have been arranged in the past and visits are made regularly to places of scientific and technological interest, including wildlife reserves and museums. We also offer small educational grants to local schools and colleges for suitable projects, so far this year disbursing approximately £1,500 to three schools in the region.


Next Visit

Visit to Airbus A350 factory at Broughton
Thursday, 11 Jul 2019 6:30 am

Visit to Airbus A350 factory at Broughton, CH4 0DR, on 11th July

Thanks to CSTS member Robert MacLachlan we have the opportunity to visit the Airbus A350 factory on 11th July 2019.

The A350 factory (opened by David Cameron in October 2011) produces wings for the new A350 XWB (extra wide body), aircraft which is made of more than 50% composite material.

This visit will start at 9.45am, and take

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Visit Organiser
Chris Stevens
Payment Reference
Broughton
Closing Date
Monday, 3 Jun 2019

This website also lists external events of note in its events calendar.


 

Details of the membership fees and directions to the main venues used by the Society can be found on the Members area of this website.


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