RAEng Ingenious Award Workshop for Engineers in Birmingham

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This is a series of exciting and unusual workshops to build on an engineer's public engagement skills. The goal is to provide delegates with a platform to question and discuss the wider social, ethical and aesthetic implications of their work. Join us to explore the obstacles and opportunities as in-vitro meat moves from the R&D lab to the dinner plate. How will interactions between logistics, engineering and society shape the public acceptability of cultured meat? The workshops are funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious Award scheme and are free to attend, and there is one near you! 17th October (Birmingham) 24th October (Newcastle) 29th October (UCL) 30th October (Bath) Please complete the registration form and return it to A.Phillips@bath.ac.uk before 7th October.
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