What a Pain!
Nobody likes it.
Everybody hates it. We all do our
best to avoid it. So what else is there
to say about pain?
University of Leicester scientists will
be among other experts revealing some new insights on the subject at the BA
Festival of Science, which will take place at the University between 9-13
A clue to the tone of their talks may lie in this year’s festival theme: Quality of Life. The BA Festival, held annually at different universities throughout the country, is the UK’s biggest science festival, attracting 400 top international scientists and science communicators and revealing the latest developments in research.
A total of 3,000 delegates are expected
to attend the event at the University of Leicester, as well as thousands of
students of all ages and members of the public interested in science.
The Festival returns to the University of
Leicester for the third time since 1921, during a year in which the University
is celebrating its 80th anniversary.
To find out more about the BA Festival of
Science2002 and how to book to come and take part, see the website: www.the-ba.net
or contact 0207 973 3052.
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