This event happened in the past (2019 edition)

E3i Panel: Science, Society and our Planet

This is an event from the 2019 edition

At this interactive event, a panel of scientists from the Norwich Research Park will take your questions on some of the biggest challenges facing our society today: antibiotic resistance, food security and the climate crisis. What are these problems? What causes them? How can they be addressed?

The E3i (EnvEast Enterprise and Innovation) club is a student-led organisation which seeks to promote outreach, public engagement, enterprise and innovation by developing training opportunities, encouraging science communication, and creating ties with non-academic organisations, with the aim of realising the full potential of our research.

Any research student based at one of EnvEast’s partner institutes working within the NERC remit may join this club. If you’re interested in joining, or wish to assist the club, or just need some more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sam Prudence (President):
James Christie (Communications Director):

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Saturday 26 October
Venue: The Forum, Gallery
Cost: Free, booking required
Age: 15+

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