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Didsbury SciBar - 'What can Ancient Egyptian mummies do for modern medicine?', 19th August 2019

Join Prof. Rosalie David OBE for an exploration of some of the most iconic artefacts of the ancient world, and how they continue to inform the modern age.

The Albert Club, West Didsbury, 18:30, Monday 19th August 2019.

Didsbury SciBar offers exactly what it says on the tin: science in a bar. This month they've once more outdone themselves - renowned Egyptologist Prof. Rosalie David OBE will discuss how her field broadens our understanding of disease evolution, ancient pharmacy, and pharmacology. This fascinating subject will no doubt stimulate endless conversation, and she'll be taking questions from attendees if you wish to investigate further.

Entrance is absolutely free, just head on in and look for the yellow Mensa logo on a table. Friends and family are, of course, very welcome.

Should you be joining us, we'd greatly appreciate an RSVP to events@mensanorthwest.com, so we can look out for you and try anticipate numbers.

Getting there:

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SciBar is held at The Albert Club, Old Lansdowne Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2PA. Parking is available onsite.

The Albert Club is also a short walk from the West Didsbury tram stop, and several bus routes.