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Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Indoor Meetings

It's unlikely that we will be able to have meetings again this year.
So all indoor meetings are cancelled for the foreseeable future.
If something changes which means we are able to go ahead with meetings we will contact members to let them know.

1 comment:

  1. That's sad. If it's any consolation there are some great scientific programmes on BBC Radio 4. Today at 15.30 one of the "Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry" was about the Problem of the Zedonk" about the definition of a species, about whether hybrids like Zebra x Donkey could be fertile and have fertile offspring, about different ways that species have formed, Linnaeus, Darwin, fish, plants loads of wide ranging angles on speciation; apes, Humans and Neanderthals. Obviously aimed at the younger (and very nerdy) biology student, but wide ranging enough to be of interest to a non-specialist like me. If you can take the comedic format, you might like it. There are lots of other science programmes on BBC radio 4 you can listen to while doing the long boring chores.