Cafe Controversial - Nuclear Scotland

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Café Scientifique expands with the Café Controversial series dealing with topics that tend to polarise public opinion. The University of Aberdeen in partnership with Satrosphere Science Centre host a brand new Café season from September — December. There are a range of topics such as cannabis, nuclear power and choosing the sex of a baby.

 No one wants to have a nuclear power station in their door step. But can we keep the lights on without nuclear power? We face difficult decisions in the years ahead.

Join Dr Euan Mearns for this lively discussion.

About Café Controversial

Where and When? Usually held on the middle Mondayof each month from September to December, Café Controversial sessions start at 7pm in the Tramsheds Coffee House at Satrosphere Science Centre.

What's the Cost? All sessions are FREE and open to everyone.  Refreshments will be on sale and proceeds help support the venue cost.  Speakers usually give up their time for free.  Other costs are covered by a Scottish Government Science Engagement grant.

Satrosphere Offers Café Controversial visitors will receive 10% off all full price purchases in the coffee house. 

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