Annual General Meeting - February 13th

Our AGM will feature the following public talk:

 

Title: “Labour for Scientists: Making Science Work for the Public Good” 

Speaker: Sir Paul Nurse

Venue: Parliament, Committee Room 10

Time: 1730, Thursday 13 February. 

 

About the Speaker: 

Our speaker will be Sir Paul Nurse FRS (Former President of the Royal Society, Director of the Crick Institute, and winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine).

 

About the Event: 

Paul will discuss how to push a scientific agenda within the frame of modern politics, with plenty of time afterward for discussion and questions.

There should be an opportunity for a tour of Parliament after the discussion.

The meeting should be over by 19:00 at which point a trip to the pub will follow.


Please let us know if you have any accessibility requirements, and allow time to get through security on-site. You should use the Cromwell Green Entrance on Parliament Square to gain entry. This meeting will be preceded by the members' only part of the AGM, of which details will be circulated shortly to those who are part of SfL.

Further questions may be directed to chair@sfl.org.uk.

Any member of SfL wishing to stand for election to the Executive Committee should nominate themselves to chair@sfl.org.uk by noon on 1 February 2020. They may include a short statement of 200 words maximum to be read out by the chair if they cannot make the meeting, else they will be allowed two minutes’ speaking time if present.

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