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      Science and religion: Debate, discord and dialogue in Salford

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      October 31, 2012

      Wednesday   5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

      2 Wilton Place
      Salford, Manchester M3 6FR

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      Science and religion: Debate, discord and dialogue

      A Manchester Science Festival event.
      Discuss and deliberate the hotly-debated topic of science and religion. Chaired by Professor Martin Hall, the University of Salford’s Vice-Chancellor.
      Join faith leaders, local personalities and academics to explore evolution, creationism and bio-ethics, delving into the facts, the fiction and the possibilities to come.
      Price
      Free. Please book here. http://msf2012scienceandreligion.eventbrite.com/
      Suitable for
      Adults

      About Manchester Science Festival
      Art and science collide in this year’s Manchester Science Festival with nine days of events designed to highlight and explore the myriad ways that science touches our lives. Expect an intriguing and playful programme with highlights such as Gina Czarnecki’s striking artworks exploring human tissue and a fascinating research-based installation tackling air pollution from fashion designer Helen Storey. All this as well as films on the big screen in a beautiful warehouse setting, immersive science experiences, intriguing evening events, inspiring talks and debates, hands-on workshops and more.

      Keep up with all the latest from the Festival using the official social media: Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

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      Categories: University & Alumni | Science | Religion & Spirituality

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