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Annual Meetings Our Annual Meetings are now very much a celebration of science, a celebration of TSN activity and a chance to bring the network together for the only time in the year. While giving members the chance to share their experiences, it gives the leadership of TSN an invaluable opportunity to get feedback from its members about how to progress TSN forward, providing more of what our members want.
2000 have featured an entertaining science talk by renowned scientists and science communicators. The evenings have also become renowned for the Great Giveaway of science equipment donated by local laboratories, a fine buffet and relaxed atmosphere for teachers and scientists to meet and chat over a glass or two of wine. Typically 100-150 people attend this event which is traditionally held at the John Innes Centre. Come along with colleagues – it makes a great department outing! When is the next Annual Meeting?
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2000, Our first keynote speaker was Tim Hunkin spoke candidly about safe-cracking and much more, with a talk entitled ‘llegal Engineering: A History of Safes and Safecracking. As described in the flyer, this had nothing to do with TSN but was highly entertaining! 17th Oct 2001, ‘Musical squares’ was an entertaining exploration of different aspects of sound and hearing presented by Mike and Wendy Gluyas.
Musical squares had just returned from an extensive UK and European tour. Our Annual Meeting gave new coordinator, Dr. Phil Smith, a first opportunity to meet teacher and scientist members of TSN.