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My microbiome and me

Ever wondered how bacteria affect our health and wellbeing? How does our diet influence these bacteria, and why does it matter? Join Professor Tim Spector to explore how the bugs that live in (and on) us can impact our lives and are associated with obesity, diabetes, allergies, and even depression.

Canary-Shouldered Thorn Moth

Cambridge Natural History Society talk: (Re-)discovering Moths

Thu 10 October

David Attenborough Building

Annette Shelford will discuss moths.

Cambridge Natural History Society was founded in 1857 and is open to everyone interested in any aspect of Natural History - zoology, botany, ecology, entomology, palaeontology, mycology, conservation and more. Talks cover a variety of topics and there are social events, field studies (an opportunity to improve your identification skills!) and an annual exhibition, our Conversazione or NatHistFest. We are members of the Cambridge Conservation Forum. Our Patron is Dafila Scott, daughter of Sir Peter Scott, and we are also proud to have numbered Sir David Attenborough among our members.

Join us to meet local experts and others who share your passion for the natural world! Membership is just £6 a year (£5 by standing order), £14 for three years, £100 for life membership. Join at any meeting or see www.cnhs.org.uk for more information.

Cost: £3; CNHS members £1.50; students with ID 50p; ARUWS and CUNS members free.

Ages: 11+

Enquiries and booking

No need to book.

Registration and refreshments from 18:15. Talk starts promptly at 18:45. Please feel free to join us afterwards at a local hostelry for further discussion and to meet our speaker.

Enquiries: David Attenborough Building Website Email: events@cnhs.org.uk

Timing

All times

Thu 10 October 6:45PM - 8:30PM

Venue

Address: David Attenborough Building
New Museums Site
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 3QZ
United Kingdom
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