Science of love

By Petar Milošević, CC BY-SA 4.0

Sunday 13 May 2018 -
16:30 to 17:30
Cosmos hall | general audience | ticketed event

Kissing. Flirting. Love. Some important moments in human life, don’t they? But what separates the Romeos from the Tinder turn offs? Are humans programmed for monogamy? And are looks really that important?

Society tells us romance is responsible for relationships. The truth is, it’s all down to science; a captivating cocktail of chemistry, genetics, biology and evolution.

Join Emer Maguire, an international award winning science communicator and BBC radio presenter, as she guides us through the science of love. Emer was crowned the UK’s best science communicator by international competition FameLab and in her talks she often uses comedy to inspire curiosity and learning about science. 

The event will be in English with Bulgarian translation. 

Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Ireland to Bulgaria.

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