Michelle Dickinson guest lecture: How can science help us become superheroes?

5:30pm - 7:00pm / Wednesday 19th June 2019 / Venue: Central Teaching Hub
Type: Lecture / Category: Department / Series: Liverpool Women in Science and Engineering
  • Suitable for: Suitable for everyone aged over 14 years old.
  • Admission: Places are FREE but limited
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The Faculty of Science and Engineering at University of Liverpool in conjunction with LivWiSE are pleased to be hosting Dr Michelle Dickinson who will be delivering a talk on ‘How can Science help us become superheroes?’.

Michelle is the author of bestselling books The Kitchen Science Cookbook and No 8 Recharged and host and co-creator of TV show Nanogirl and the imaginauts and podcasts Nanogirl’s Great Science Adventures and Stupid Questions For Scientists, Michelle has made it her life mission to make science and engineering fun and accessible for all.

With a PhD in Biomedical and Materials Engineering, Michelle has combined her interests to give her a unique insight into how nature and technology can learn from each other for scientific developments. She is the co-founder of Nanogirl Labs Ltd and an honorary academic in Engineering at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

*There will also be a booksigning opportunity*

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