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When Jun 18, 2018
from 08:00 PM to 09:30 PM
Where vPortland Arms on Chesterton Road, Cambridge.
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On Monday 18th June, researchers from the Institute of Metabolic Science will be stepping into the spotlight to entertain with short (3 min) stories about their work. You get to vote for your favourites. Giles Yeo (from BBC's Horizon, Britain's Fat Fight and Trust Me I'm a Doctor) will host this fun evening and will give a short talk himself.

 We'll be in the really nice venue at the Portland Arms on Chesterton Road, Cambridge. The venue advertises as over 18s but accompanied teens are permitted.

Free event with complimentary first drink! More detail and tickets available at 

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