This addition to our programme for 2020 takes us to the future with a lecture on the possibilities offered to the human race of soil on the moon.
Join us for this lecture, an addition to our published programme, which takes us to the 21st century. The lecture will consider the implications for agriculture and human health of the discovery of 'soil' on the moon.
Lunar Regolith – Challenges for Agriculture and Human Health will be delivered by Martin Braddock, FRSB, FRAS
This will be held on Zoom and tickets are £6 and are available at https://erasmus-darwin-house.arttickets.org.uk/