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Join us on 28th November to enjoy this unique performance - open to everyone and no need to book!

The original Connections event, in partnership with AstraZeneca, brought together scientists, poets, school children, students and the general public in a one-off inter-disciplinary event. During this thought-provoking and moving event, held in October 2019, 8 scientist-poet pairs presented their poems and the scientific research the poems were based on. Following the success of the first event, on 18th July 2020, everyone had the opportunity to watch and listen online as the 8 pairs re-presented their work.

On 28th November at 2pm, Lucy Cavendish College invite you to join us once again for:

Connections: science, poetry and the pandemic

5 scientists will join 5 poets to work together to create a poem that reflects their research during the pandemic. Their work will reflect how people adapted and how it affected their work and wellbeing. 

Running order:

Introduction from Dr Jane Greatorex, Senior Tutor, Graduate and Undergraduate Tutor, Director of Studies in Pre-Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Honorary Scientist Public Health England

Part One: 30 mins

Richard Berengarten and Professor Cecilia Wong

Joanne Limburg and Dr Stephen Montgomery

Q&A: 10 mins

Part Two: 20 mins

Clare Crossman and Dr Nicola Rose

Khairani Barokka and Professor Peter Jones

Dr Annabel Banks and Dr Clemence Bernard 

Q&A: 10 mins

During the virtual Q&As with the participants you can ask questions about their work and the process of their unique collaboration.

Meeting instructions

Please click the link below to join the webinar on 28th November from 2pm:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85982148888?pwd=aHVET2dJNkl2M2ROUFhjcmhXbnpmZz09

Passcode: 239023

Or iPhone one-tap :

    United Kingdom: +442034815237,,85982148888#  or +442034815240,,85982148888#

Or Telephone:

    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

        United Kingdom: +44 203 481 5237  or +44 203 481 5240  or +44 203 901 7895  or +44 131 460 1196  or +44 203 051 2874

Webinar ID: 859 8214 8888

    International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/ke1bT5XHY

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