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Science and Environment

Co-ordinating Lecturer(s)

Science seeks to describe the world we live in, and the ability to wonder about, question and understand how things behave is very much a part of all our lives. This year, we introduce new courses on Colour and Form in Historic Gardens, and the English Landscape Garden Revisited, alongside courses on Disease in the Developing World, Conservation Management and Medical Imaging and the Human Body. As always, there are courses on offer at weekends, and this year’s selection includes Astronomy in Action and Herbal Medicine.

Whether you would like to learn more about the problems posed by diseases that are specifically tropical or stem from deficiencies in water supply and sanitation provision in Disease in the Developing World, or how to design, create and maintain a low maintenance garden in our Edible Landscaping courses, we hope that there will be something of interest to you. Early enrolment is recommended for all courses to avoid disappointment.

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Science and Environment Courses

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