Brian Cox presents Science Matters - Feeding the future
Thursday 08th December 2016
Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Pitch your questions and get answers on the GM issues that matter to you.
Where will tomorrow's groceries come from? Are we going to have to change our tastes and diets to accommodate changing climates? What are researchers doing to help make our dinner future-proof?
Join Professor Brian Cox in Manchester as he puts your questions on GM and the future of our food to a panel of experts.
The Royal Society’s ‘Science matters’ series will give the public access to scientists who are experts on the science and technology issues with the greatest global impact.
Send us your questions in advance and help direct the experts' discussion.
Internationally regarded as one of the world’s finest live draws, seven piece band Fat Freddy’s Drop is on fire with fourth studio album BAYS. Over the last three LPs the New Zealanders have navigated their way from the incubator of sunshine reggae through a colour-saturated field of soul psychedelia before swerving onto a desolate Detroit superhighway at night. It’s a sound that demands to be heard live, a potent mixture of jazz virtuosity and diaphragm-wrecking digital sonics.
A tough day of incredible strength, power and fitness battles with teams of four people arriving at the Victoria Warehouse Battle Ground from across the UK. The fight will be on as the teams take on three gruelling battles to decide who will be the first Battle Cancer victors.
To celebrate Battle Cancer the day will also feature the Battle of the DJs, an evening after event gig with house music DJs setting off the celebrations in the rest of the Cotton Sheds from 8pm-10:30pm.