UK - The British Science Festival is opening in Birmingham 6-11 September.
The festival showcases some of the latest studies and approaches the scientific community faces with emphasis on climate change.
Talks on Is free-range egg production all it’s cracked up to be? will be held on 9 September, which will cover topics such as how to shop with animal welfare in mind.
Many other talk will be held, including:
Great EDF Energy Experiment: The Big Bumblebee Discovery 7 September
Charles Lyell Award Lecture 8 September
The changing face of Antarctica 8 September
Margaret Mead Award Lecture – Climate Hazards in a globalised world: Chinese, drought, bread and the Arab Spring 9 September
The water fleas save the world 9 September
Is The World Running Out Of Food And What Can We Do About it? 10 September
Halstead Lecture: Exploring global tectonics from your armchair 10 September
Space for some events is limited, so book now to reserve your place at www.britishsciencefestival.org or call 08456 807 207 for more information.ThePoultrySite News Desk