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Eye catching: light and biological time

Tuesday 5th March 2019 @ 19:00

Non-Member: £12.00 ; Staff: £5.00 ; Student: £3.00


Russell Foster CBE FRS Professor of Circadian Neuroscience, Oxford University

Everyone is welcome to attend this open lecture.

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Embedded within our genes, and almost all life on Earth, are the instructions for a biological clock that marks the passage of approximately 24 hours. A third kind of photoreceptor in the eye reacting to light and dark help us synchronize this inner clock with the outside world.

Optionally followed by supper (this can be booked on the event booking form).
After the lecture a Friends' Table has been reserved at a local restaurant to entertain the speaker and for any of the audience who would like to join us to continue the evening's discussion. A two-course fixed price supper is served including wine, coffee and service charge.
Or if you have already booked for the event and now want to join us for supper Book Supper now

Venue: SAF Building, Imperial College London

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