Date and time

21/10/2019
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Price

Free (booking is advised)

Location

Chez Jules, 71 Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2HQ

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Join us for an evening of “beer-reviewed” science as Chester Zoo’s research and field conservationists descend on Chez Jules, Chester, to share their tales of adventure, investigation, and conservation action.

Whether you’re an experienced researcher, a student in the process of exploring your future career, or someone just interested in zoo and conservation science, the evening is guaranteed to be a fascinating one.

With cocktails in hand, four speakers will take to the second floor of one of Chester’s Sustainable Palm Oil City restaurants over the course of an hour, with the bar remaining open for an evening of mingling afterwards.

Entry to the event is entirely free, but cocktails and all other drinks and snacks must be purchased from Chez Jules.

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EVENING LINE-UP

Dan Harrold

Zoo Conservation Science – Nutrition

Becca Biddle

Field Conservation Science – Ecuador

Claire Raisin

Field Conservation Science – Madagascar & The Mascarenes

Kat Finch

Zoo Conservation Science – Behaviour & Welfare

OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS WORK IN SIX REGIONS AROUND THE GLOBE – REPRESENTING SOME OF THE PLANET’S MOST BIODIVERSE HABITATS DISCOVER more about our conservation and science work.

THIS IS WHAT WE DO