Packed Lunch: Radiation
Wednesday 23 May 2012, 13.00-13.45
Feed your curiosity at our daytime discussions. Drop in to hear
local scientists in conversation about their latest experiments,
life in the lab and why science matters to everyone, all in the
space of your lunch hour. Bring your sarnies with you to eat while
A year after the Fukushima nuclear disaster,
how has human health been affected - and what lessons were learned
from previous nuclear accidents? Drawing on her work at the
Chernobyl Tissue Bank, Gerry Thomas explains some of the effects of
radiation at high and low doses.
Professor Gerry A Thomas, Chair in Molecular
Pathology Imperial College, London.
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