Set Ensemble

St. George’s, Brandon Hill, Bristol

Sunday 31 May, 6pm (doors 5.30pm)

£3 on the door

lab notesDr Kate Hendry (University of Bristol): Ancient Oceans and Climate
Dominic Lash: Preferential uptake (2015)
Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo (University of Bath): Electric bugs used to detect water pollution
James Saunders: different water environments (2015)

Set Ensemble play two new pieces created through collaboration between scientists and composers. James Saunders has been working with chemical engineers Mirella Di Lorenzo and Jon Chouler from University of Bath to explore the processes found in microbial fuel cells. Dominic Lash has collaborated with biogeochemist Kate Hendry from University of Bristol to make a piece that engages with palaeoclimate methodology, which uses indirect chemical records to understand the links between past oceans and climate.. The event will include performances of both pieces, prefaced by a short talk by each of the scientists.



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