BRIGHTON SCIENCE FESTIVAL – PECHA KUCHA NIGHT
THURSDAY 21 FEBRUARY 2013
FAST PACED DYNAMIC TALKS IN PECHA KUCHA'S FAMOUS FORMAT
Lighthouse hosts a special science-themed Pecha Kucha for Brighton Science Festival, which will include haunting images from the ocean depths, outer space, microscopes, computers and medicine, to name a few.
Pecha-Kucha is Japanese for ‘chit-chat’, which is what these evenings are about, alongside a string of short, fascinating slide shows and talks which move at a good pace, the format being 20 slides x 20 seconds each.
The theme for this special science-related edition of Pecha Kucha is Intelligent Designers.
Examples of previous events and further information about Pecha Kucha Brighton can be found on the website here
Carmen Dolz – The Science of Self-Healing
David Crook – The Rabbits are Prepared – the Amazing History of the Contraceptive Pill
Melinda Best – Dr. Charles Best, the Co-discover of Insulin
Mathilda Gregory – Gingerly: The Science of Red Hair
Tristan Roddis – QED: Quantum Electrodynamics
Phil Dooley – Grass Should Be Purple!
Richard Robinson – Zoom Lines
Date: Thursday 21 February 2013
Times: Doors & Bar – 7pm, Start – 7.30pm
Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ
Tickets: £5 / £3 (concs) payable on the door. Please arrive early as this event often sells-out.
Presented by Lighthouse with support by The Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England
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