The Faraday Institute will hold the second annual reception on Monday 4th November 2013 starting from 6.00 p.m. in The Guildhall. T

he invitation is for all in the Cambridge area who self-identify as scientists (from graduate students to FRS’s and Nobel prize-winners) and who also self-identify as Christians.

This year’s speaker will be Professor Andrew Wyllie FRS, previously Head of the Department of Pathology at Cambridge. The purpose of the free event is to provide a convivial opportunity to meet other Christians in the Cambridge scientific community, to hear a short talk by a well-known local speaker, and to spend some time in disciplinary discussion groups.

There will also be an opportunity to publicise any relevant activities in which you may be involved and to hear what’s going on in Cambridge. In addition there will be an extensive book-stall relating to science and religion. To register or to find out more go to www.cambridgereception.org or contact the Faraday Administrator (faraday.administrator@st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk).

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