The building of Manchester science
|Starts:||11:00 27 Oct 2012|
|Ends:||12:00 27 Oct 2012|
|How much:||Drop-in, free, teenagers & adults|
11am-12pm. For 150 years, The University of Manchester has been a powerhouse of science and technology - from chemistry and dyestuffs to the making of atomic physics, from principles of engineering to the structure of molecules, from bacteriology to computing. Follow these vital histories and find out about Rutherford and Geiger, the Manchester computer, Turing and a host of Nobel prize-winners. Discover how these histories connect with present day science, including the recent Nobel prizes for physics. Organised by New Manchester Walks and part of Manchester Science Festival. Meet at the main entrance of The Manchester Museum.
Price: Drop-in, free, teenagers & adults
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