Science games break the ice

Science games break the ice

Tuesday evening saw the inaugural meeting of the Science Society. The committee, headed by Ed Winstanley, had prepared an ‘ice-breaker’ evening consisting of a series of science-related games. Old favourites included our own science take on panel shows “Just a Minute” and “Would I Lie to You?” It was great to see science students from all years bonding over a common theme. The evening was a huge success and all who attended not only learnt something new but enjoyed laughing at Mr Stuart Cooper’s and Mr Dan Townley’s attempts to bluff their way out of a corner.

The Science Society meets twice a term, and the format of the evening comprises a series of talks on scientific topics of interest given by students, and questions are welcomed at the end. Topics of discussion range from the expansion of the universe to the synthetic manipulation of DNA. 

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