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02 May 2012
Did you know that pandas defecate around 40 times a day? But how can this information and DNA help to save the panda, one of the world's most adored and threatened species? Join Professor Mike Bruford at this public talk as he shares his stories about how DNA helps conservationists to protect endangered species around the world and answer the question - can we use DNA to bring extinct animals back to life?Tuesday 29 May 2012, 7pm The Gartholwg Lifelong Learning Centre St Illtyd’s Road, Church Village Pontypridd CF38 1RQ This talk is free, but please register.
To register, contact The Gartholwg Lifelong Learning Centre on 01443 219589 or firstname.lastname@example.orgQueries - Claudine Anderson, Wales Gene Park, email@example.com, Tel:0292047 5475
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