Branch AGM and visit to the Drug Discovery Unit University of Dundee.
I should like to invite you to the event which will be held on Wednesday 7th May meeting at 6pm for coffee/tea and sandwiches followed by the AGM and a visit to the Drug Discovery Unit which will commence at approximately 7pm.
Any member of the British Science Association is entitled to serve on the main committee and nominations may be taken from the floor.
If you know of a supporter who has expressed an interest in becoming a member of the British Science Association (there is no membership fee) please encourage them to attend the AGM.
Due to security arrangements please meet at the Medical Sciences Institute entrance between 5.45pm and 5.55pm where you will be signed-in. Parking is available opposite the entrance, which is at the south side of building, and also at the west side of the building.
In order to allow our hosts to plan for refreshments and guides for the tour of the unit please confirm your attendance before 9am on Monday 28th April.
The Tayside & Fife branch of the British Science Association is most grateful to the following for their contributions towards this lecture series 2013-14.
Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation,
Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education,
Royal Astronomical Society,
University of Dundee,
University of Abertay Dundee
Dundee Science Festival Partnership
Brian Carroll, Chairman
Also we would like to point you in the direction of our YouTube page, where there are some excellent videos of previous talks by Ben Tatler, Sir Philip Cohen and Barbara Webb.
You can view all these videos here http://www.youtube.com/user/BritishSciTayFife.
Here’s a sneak preview of the first clip of the informative and entertaining talk presented by Prof. Barbara Webb from the University of Edinburgh, as part of our 2010-2011 lecture series.