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From frogs and toads through submarine landslides to the latest medical research - find out what local scientists are up to in the  free 'Science Express' evening at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Crowmarsh, on Tuesday 19th November, from 7 pm to 9 pm.

Amanda Holland, from Science Exchange Wallingford, writes:

'This free event, open to the public, will feature early stage research scientists from a wide range of local institutes, companies and agencies.

'Our local area is home to a wide variety of innovation and research. Science Express will feature researchers from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, the Environment Agency, Fugro, HR Wallingford, the Medical Research Council and WildCru. Experts on wildlife friendly farming, frogs and toads in the Thames valley, submarine landslides, the value of tropical rainforests, cutting edge medical research and so much more will be on hand to share their knowledge and enthusiasm

'The event starts at 7.00pm with a 3 minute trailer from each researcher, then guests will be free to eat, drink and explore. Children are welcome, as long as they are accompanied by a parent. The only qualification required for Science Express is an enquiring mind.

Further details are available via the Science Exchange Wallingford web page

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