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 Post subject: PAWS Events
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:32 pm 
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PAWS = Public Awareness of Science
This is an open meeting but you should tell PAWS you wish to go, see contact details later.
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The PAWS Drama Fund offers scientific and engineering contacts, events and funding for writers and producers within the UK.

These events are often aimed at scriptwriters who wish to improve the science in their work or write science based scripts.

Medicine and Machines
A PAWS Women in SET Event. (SET = Science, Engineering, Technology)

Monday 23 March 2009
6.30pm at
The Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London W1B 1NT

In association with
The Medical Research Council
The New Engineering Foundation
The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine
The Institute of Physics
UK Resource Centre for Women in SET

Introduced by
Professor Jimmy Bell
Head of Imaging Department, Clinical Sciences Centre,
Imperial College

Maggie Philbin
Science Broadcaster and NEF Panel Member

Speakers include:
Dr E. Louise Thomas
Imaging Department Imperial College
Thin on the Outside ˆ Fat on the Inside?

Dr Sandra Shefelbine
Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Medicine,
Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College
Bones: Elephants, Mice, and Footballers

Professor Karen Kirkby
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
University of Surrey
Targeting Cancer with Ions

Tony McHale
Executive Producer Holby City
BBC TV

18:30 ˆ Arrivals and Coffee
19:00 ˆ Talks and Discussion
Followed by buffet reception

pawsomni (at) btconnect (dot) com
Tel: 020 7483 4545
Omni Communications, First Floor, 155 Regents Park Road, NW1 8BB


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