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Inquiring minds invited to science day

Smart cities and electric aeroplanes are among the varied topics on offer at Mensa's next science day.

Talks about using MRI technology to treat epilepsy and the Phoenix unmanned aerial vehicle will also be on the menu at the event in Bristol on March 28.

The cost for all four talks is just £7.50, or £15 to include an optional lunch.

The event will be held at the Friends Meeting House in Gloucester Road, Horfield, Bristol from 10am until 4pm.

Organiser Barry Cash said: "You will be glad to know, previous knowledge is not needed . . . just an inquiring mind."

All are welcome, and Mensa membership is not required.

The speakers will be Rachel Sellick, a researcher within the Brain Repair Group at Cardiff University,  Councillor Martin Fodor, a UK delegate to the Congress of Local and Regional Government at the Council of Europe, Dr James Kratz, a lecturer in materials engineering at the University of Bristol, and Alan Pritchard FRAeS, retired  technical Fellow at Boeing.

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