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Pub fights, neuroscience, and summer kids' camps

By Anjana Ahuja  

Natural Hysteria in South Kensington

If scientists found a pill to make people less violent, would it be OK to put it in the water supply? Or should it be banned because it violates human nature, and human rights? Come and hear Katerina Deligiorgi discuss how far we should go with cosmetic neuroscience, on 27th July at The Wheatsheaf in central London. It’s pub argument without the fisticuffs (bigi.org.uk/events/cosmetic-neuroscience/).

If the combination of bitter and evidence-based banter proves intoxicating then Sceptics in the Pub may be the organisation for you. On 17th August, in Leicester, science writer Martin Robbins will…

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