Bones heal more easily than joints, WHY? with Professor Edward Draper

Science Cafe - on Zoom

Thursday 26th November 2020 - 6:00 pm

URGENT: Here’s the link that you’ll need for the Zoom on Thursday 26 November at 6.00pm.


Meeting ID: 846 1722 2195


The Zoom will be open at 6pm, and end at approx. 7.50pm.
We will show the presentation again for the first 40 minutes followed by a 5 minute break and then the Q&A.

We’re encouraging you to send us a question via the Zoom chat function, we will do our best  but we can’t answer all of them, sadly.

If you made a donation we are extremely grateful. The Cut has seen a
staggering 400,000+ people cross its threshold in the last 20 years, and
we can’t wait to open our doors to welcome you back again in person.

As we go into another lockdown we're going to try something new for the Science Cafe.

Our Speaker for November is Professor Edward Draper, CEng, CSi a visiting professor of University College London [UCL] and the Chief Executive Officer of Ortheia, leading on design of new joint replacement technology.

His talk this month is in the form of an answer to the question:  Bones heal more easily than joints, WHY?

We will put the talk out online on 19 November
On The Cuts You Tube channel

and on Facebook

You can view it several times and if you have questions to put to Edward you can email them to BEFORE the 26 November.

This is a trial run of a new format for The Cut Science Café, so we will not be charging for the talk or access to the Q & A session, but we would be very grateful for any donations that you can make to help upkeep The Cut.

From 19 November – free to view
Presentation released on The Cut Arts Centre You Tube channel and Facebook page

26 November – ticketed and donations
Zoom presentation and Q&A
6.00pm Presentation
6.50pm Q&A
7.50pm   Finish

You will be emailed the Zoom link on 24 November.