An audience of 200 discovered more about science and research topics during an event held for Buckinghamshire WI members at The Gateway in Aylesbury.
The Science Day on Monday, March 7, welcomed experts in the fields of space exploration, antibiotics and research.
They included Professor Monica Grady who spoke on Space Exploration from the Laboratory.
Professor Seamus Higson on how biosensors are revolutionising how we do analytical chemistry
Dr Jennifer Rohn’s talk was entitled Antibiotics: Revenge of the microbes.
Dr Richard Wyse spoke on Cure Parkinson’s Trust.
The message on the day from Hilary Haworth, trustee, a member of Ashley Green WI and chair of the education and current affairs sub-committee was: “Welcome to this sell-out event, which aims to bring our members up to date with current adventures in scientific research and development. Special thanks to Jane Cutler our science rep of Cheddington WI who was responsible for bringing this event together with such energy and enthusiasm.”
Jane is pictured, left, with trustee Lynn Foster, from Long Marston and Puttenham WI.