Can Motorsport Help Save the World?
Speaker: Dr Kit Chapman, Course Leader Journalism (MA), Falmouth University
Formula One is more than cars just going around in circles: it's also the world's fastest R&D lab. Join Kit Chapman, the award-winning science journalist, as he reveals how technology emerging from racing is leading the way in making our world greener, cleaner and safer.
Free tea & biscuits (but arrive early!).
This event will not be live-streamed. It is free and open to all. No registration is necessary.
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About the Speaker
Dr Kit Chapman is a science journalist with more than 15 years' experience writing for titles including the Daily Telegraph, New Scientist, Nature and Chemistry World. His first book, Superheavy, was nominated for the American Association for the Advancement of Science's SB&F prize for young adults, and his second book, Racing Green, looks at the technology of motorsport.