DENBIGH School is set to get a visit from a special guest next Thursday.
Baroness Susan Greenfield is a Professor of Pharmacology at Oxford University and a neuroscientist, writer, and broadcaster. She has been awarded 30 Honorary Degrees from British and foreign universities and heads a multi-disciplinary research group exploring novel brain mechanisms linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Baroness Susan Greenfield will be sharing her knowledge with the people of Milton Keynes at a STEM lecture entitled “The Future of the Brain and the Brain of the Future: How modern technology is changing the way we think and feel” at Denbigh School in Shenley Church End on Thursday at 6pm.
The lecture is open to everybody, especially students across Milton Keynes and is free of charge. Although a large number of attendees can be accommodated for the lecture, should full capacity be reached, priority will be given to those people that have already attended previous lectures from the STEM Programme. To book your place at the lecture, you can contact Mr Andy Squires (Deputy Headteacher, Denbigh School) via email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01908 330509, providing your full contact details including your postal address, telephone number and name(s) of those wishing to attend.
Andy Squires, Deputy Headteacher said; “This lecture forms part of Denbigh’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Lecture Programme which is already proving to be a popular event and promises to explore some fascinating facts.”