Tonight's Speaker: Martin Braddock
Tonight's Topic: Enceladus, Europa and the TRAPPIST-1 systems as potential sources of life!
Sky Notes by: Linton Guise
Bedford School Old Theatre
Date - 27/11/2019
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Martin Braddock visits BAS to come and tell us all about Enceladus, Europa and the TRAPPIST-1 systems as potential sources of life!
Martin Braddock is a professional scientist and project manager working in the field of drug discovery and development with 32 years experience of working in academic institutes and large corporate organisations. He holds a BSc in Biochemistry and a PhD in Radiation Biology (from the Radiation Biology Unit, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell Oxfordshire), is a former Royal Society University Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.
He has a serious interest in astronomy and in 2015 was elected Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. He is passionate about all aspects of Astronomy, Cosmology and Astrobiology as is working towards an MSc in Space Science and Technology. Martin is an active committee member of the Mansfield and Sutton Astronomical Society, supporting this registered charity at public open
events and regular society meetings.