Irene Manton Lecture
Irene Manton Lecture 2020
‘Metamorphosis: a 300 year story of intrepid women, rainforests and butterflies’
The lecture celebrates the significant contribution made by women to the Natural Sciences and this year guest speaker Eleanor Drinkwater, PhD student from the University of York will highlight the scientific contributions of Maria Sibylla Merian and other women in science, through her talk entitled ‘Metamorphosis: a 300 year story of intrepid women, rainforests and butterflies’.
When: 5:00pm – 7:00pm on Thursday 3rd December 2020
Audience: this event is free to attend and is open to everyone with an interest in the Natural Sciences, however we especially welcome A-level students.
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The Linnean Society of London is the world’s oldest active biological society, founded in 1788, and the lecture is named after Irene Manton who was the first female president of the society, a British botanist who gained her PhD at The University of Manchester. To find out more about the Linnean please visit their website via the following link: https://www.linnean.org/
03 Dec 2020
5.00 - 7.00pm
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