A fun evening of brain teasers for all the family, hosted by historian Professor James Daybell, Associate Dean of Research at the University of Plymouth and co-creator of acclaimed, alternative history podcast 'Histories of the Unexpected'.
Join us to test your knowledge of the world around us, featuring mind boggling facts about topics ranging from marine life and the history of pandemics to plants and the human body.
Questions will be presented by University of Plymouth researchers Professor Anthony Caleshu, Associate Head of School, English and Creative Writing; Professor Bridie Kent, Leadership Nursing; Professor Jerry Roberts, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Enterprise; Dr Natasha Stephen, Director of Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre; Professor James Daybell, Associate Dean of Research; Christopher Woodfield, Knowledge Exchange Officer, Sustainability Hub: Low Carbon Devon project and Dr Zoe Mildon, Lecturer in Earth Sciences.
This event is suitable for all the family and is free to access online. Please book your place via the above link.