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Science hits the seaside: The best science exhibitions this month

The British Science Festival comes to Brighton

By Anjana Ahuja   September 2017

Dutch poster created to encourage blood donation, by Dick Bruna (1986). ©LLUSTRATION DICK BRUNA © COPYRIGHT MERCIS BV, 1986

British Science Festival

Brighton, 5th to 9th September 

Science hits the seaside this month, when the British Science Association’s popular annual shindig comes to Brighton . Hardcore enthusiasts will love events on the Large Hadron Collider and quantum computing, but there are left-field offerings too: psychology lessons for parents who want to tackle sibling quarrels, a debate about whether the UK should host a “body farm” of donated cadavers, and…

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