Smart Cities (Manchester Science Festival)
Get involved in an immersive and engaging debate about how to meet Manchester’s future energy demands. Discover how scientists from the European Commission are rising to the challenge of keeping Europe’s lights on and what this means for Manchester’s future as we explore a world of biofuels and next-generation batteries. Be prepared to experience interactive art and hands-on performances inspired by the science of smart cities. But most importantly, be a part of Manchester’s future as a world-leading, sustainable city. Pretty smart, right?
Joint Research Centre (European Commission):
Dr Andreas Zucker or Dr. Wouter Nijs (Energy Scenarios)
Dr Luisa Marelli (Biofuels)
Dr. Lois Brett (Batteries and their role in the future)
plus colleagues from the Manchester Metropolitan University Hydrogen Fuel Cell initiative.
Entry is on a first come, first served basis, and is not guaranteed. People often overbook free tickets, so we issue more tickets than there are seats available to allow for this. We consider the numbers carefully, and it’s rare that we’ll disappoint you. It’s best to arrive early, just to be on the safe side
|Location||70 Oxford Road (Cornerhouse)|