New facility opens in London with the goal of fostering debate on science and technology

From the Dana Centre website: "The Dana Centre marks a new direction in science communication: to challenge public perception and tackle contemporary science head on. This dynamic events space will bring the hottest themes in modern science to adults-only audiences through a programme of bold and innovative events. It will be a taboo-free centre and the place to talk science. The Dana Centre is a stylish, purpose-built venue, complete with a caf├Ębar, appealing to 18-45-year-olds. It is a place for them to take part in exciting, informative and innovative debates about contemporary science, technology and culture."

Sound like "our" sort of place! Any blog readers that have been there in person? If so, let us know what you think of the place on the mailing list, it could well be an attractive venue for future ExtroBritannia meetings.

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