Details of talks given by Neil Dickinson
My working life has been spent as an industrial chemist and I’ve always been fascinated by the ingenuity and brilliance of humans over history to develop resources and shape them to our own needs, be it for great good or to terrible ends and sometimes for both, as accepted wisdom and circumstances have changed over time. I have delivered several illustrated talks on varied topics since early retirement a few years ago, but my talk on arsenic is a fuller length illustrated presentation and has been sufficiently well received that I am now pleased to offer it to a wider audience.
|History|| Arsenic's Toxic Legacy: People, Places, Pests and Peppermints
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|East of England|