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Published on October 31st, 2011 by in QED

Earlier this year we were lucky enough to join the talented and handsome people over at the Merseyside Skeptics Society to run the highly successful QED Conference. This was not just an incredibly fun weekend – it also raised over £5000 for charity! Of course, we had to do it another time – March 2012.   QED

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Polar: Part of the Manchester Science Festival

Some of you may remember that around this time last year, I posted an interview with Andrew Glester, Director and producer of ‘Polar’, a live classical music event arranged specially around beautiful HD footage of life and landscapes at the poles. Now Polar is coming to Manchester as part of the 2011 Manchester Science Festival,

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SkepLit 23rd October: Psychopath Sunday

Published on October 7th, 2011 by in Skeplit

If you’ve ever wanted the chance to discuss some of the many great books out there on science, skepticism and rational thinking, this is your chance. SkepLit meets every month at MadLab in the Northern Quarter and gives people the chance to meet up and talk about the books they’ve been reading. This month, we’re

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Science Spectacular: Fun with science for all the family!

Just in, from the University of Manchester and the Manchester Science Festival: “At the SCIENCE SPECTACULAR visitors can find out why plants don’t fall over, take a journey through a jet engine, explore the invisible universe, snuggle up to some usual insects, and help hunt for dinosaurs. Attendees are invited to take part in fun

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