“Exceptional Women and Scientific Success”

This event is organised by the Central Yorkshire Section of The Royal Society of Chemistry (in association with the local branch of the Institute of Physics).

Georgina Ferry, freelance science writer, biographer, editor and broadcaster, talks about “Exceptional women and Scientific Success” on 27 February 2013 (4pm).

Location: The John Stanley Bell Lecture Theatre, Richmond Building, University of Bradford.

Georgina Ferry specialises in the history of science and biographies of extraordinary scientists including Nobel Laureates Dorothy Hodgkin and Max Perutz. She is a Research Associate in the Department of History at Oxford Brookes University; a Trustee of the Oxford Trust; Chair of the Advisory Board of the British Library’s Oral History of British Science project; and Writer in Residence at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. She is currently working on a book on science in the time of Shakespeare for Bloomsbury.

All are welcome.

Refreshments, nibbles and an opportunity to network will be provided after the talk.

Please contact Christine Rogers to register your interest.