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SciSoc Annual Founders' Dinner with Simon Baron-Cohen

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We would like to invite you to SciSoc’s social highlight of the year, the Annual Founders’ Dinner:

Join us for a glamourous black tie four-course dinner in the pleasurable and atmospheric Old Kitchen of Trinity College! This year’s guest of honour will be world-renowned psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen, Director of the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. The evening will commence with a lecture by Professor Baron-Cohen, with the title “Do hormones in the womb influence how the mind develops?”.

Ticket sales for the Dinner have now started and will remain open until Tuesday, 21st April. Seats are limited to 75 places and we expect expect tickets to sell out quickly, so the sooner you act, the better. Please follow this link for information about the booking procedure:

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