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Science Cafe: UN International Year of Pulses
The Cut Science Café comes to Norwich from its usual home in the Cut Arts Centre, in Halesworth, Suffolk. Professor Claire Domoney and Mike Ambrose, from the John Innes Centre, in Norwich, and Josiah Meldrum, co-founder of local company Hodmedods, will present the latest science around pulses. These nutritious foods have great advantages for sustainability and agriculture. So much so that 2016 is the UN International Year of Pulses.
For ages 12+.
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19th October 20:00 - The Birdcage, Norwich
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