Chelmsford Civic Society

Chelmsford Civic Society are pleased to announce that Professor Danielle George will be giving a lecture on Marconi and the Invisible Universe at the Anglia Ruskin University on Tuesday 31st March 2020. To book, please click on the link below FREE entry.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/marconi-and-the-invisible-universe-tickets-85610680851
This first event is part of the forthcoming Marconi Centenary celebration and we are very honoured that she has agreed to come along at this very exciting year for essex. At the end of last year, we pleasantly surprised to be awarded the British Science Festival which will take place in September. Do visit http://essex2020.com on a regular basis as events are being added daily.

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