Café Scientifique has gone virtual during lock-down
Our meeting for Thursday the 16th of July will be delivered virtually via Zoom video call at 7:00pm (instead of our usual 6:00pm start).
“Rosalind Franklin and the DNA double helix” presented by Professor Brian Sutton, King’s College London.
The video call will be open from 6:45 pm, callers before this time will be placed in a virtual waiting room. Please also note that we are restricted to a maximum of 100 attendees so places are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
We will follow roughly our normal format with a presentation of approx 40 minutes then questions.
To join the meeting please click on the following link (existing Zoom users, please make sure you have updated your Zoom App to version 5.0):
Zoom offers a mechanism for participants to either type questions as “chat” or to “raise a hand” and ask a question directly.
If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, more details on how to join meetings can be found here: Joining a Zoom meeting.
We would also welcome any donations to help cover out costs via our Just Giving page. As usual, any surplus at the end of the year will be donated to a local charity.
For more information:
Follow us on Facebook: cafe scientifique highcliffe
Or phone 01425 275959
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