Wonders of the Human Nervous System
March 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
Come an hear an illustrated talk by Professor Stuart Burgess on the wonders of the human nervous system. Prof Burgess worked for the European Space Agency for 5 years mainly working on the ENVISAT earth observation satellite which is the largest civilian satellite in the world. He designed the solar array deployment mechanism including inventing a new type of gearbox – the double action worm gear set. He spent three years at Cambridge University as an Assistant Director of Research and Fellow of Selywn College. He has been at Bristol University since 1997 mainly working in the area of design optimisation of mechanical systems and biomechanical systems.
He is an excellent communicator and you do not need a Science degree to enjoy his talks. So come and hear about the human nervous system and the life lessons we can draw from that knowledge.
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