Pint of Science Festival returns to Norwich
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Pubs in Norwich will be hosting a series of fascinating scientific talks next month.
The three-day Pint of Science Festival will see more than 30 academic experts take to the stage in the city's pubs.
Talks range from the impact of nutrition on the brain and wildlife adaptability to the Cambridge Analytica files.
The event takes place from May 14 to 16 at pubs including The Fat Cat and The Rose Tavern.
Alongside the main talks, each evening will also include a range of science-inspired activities including live experiments, quizzes, engaging stories and other interactive science.
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Coordinator Sophie Prosolek said: 'It's a tall order, but this year we're hoping to build upon our previous success and make the festival even better.'
Tickets cost £4 each and are available from the Pint of Science website. Visit www.pintofscience.co.uk/organisation/norwich
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