Cancelled. Grubtime Natter
|Dates:||18 March 2020|
|Times:||12:30 - 13:30|
|What is it:||Talk|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, General public|
Caring for the health & wellbeing of our visitors, staff & volunteers is our priority. To reduce the risk of Covid-19 from Tues 17 March our events & schools programme is cancelled. We’re open as usual & will communicate updates on social media & website.
Wednesday 18 March
12.30-1.30pm Sylvia’s Space
Scarabs, Moths and Spiders – find out more about some of the stories of the beasts featured in Beauty and the Beasts – have your lunch and meet new people in these informal lunchtime talks.
Flying High: Why the Egyptians Loved Flies
Flies can carry diseases, suck our blood and are generally really annoying. But the ancient Egyptians seemed to love them! They wore pendants in the forms of flies, had drawings of them in their tombs and even used them in medicines. Taneash Sidpura, PhD student at the University of Manchester, will discuss the possible reasons behind this.
Book on Eventbrite or drop in on the day
Travel and Contact Information