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Due to the government imposed lockdown, Life Science Centre, Life Meetings and Events and Times Square Café are currently closed. The Life team will miss you! We look forward to welcoming you again soon. In the meantime, stay safe. For any queries, email us: info@life.org.uk

The Science Speakeasy event scheduled for Tuesday 1 December has been cancelled. We're sorry for any disappointment. We hope to reschedule this event at a later date, so if you'd like to hear about that and future events for adults at Life, sign up to our adult events mailing list: life.org.uk/subscribe

Life Science Centre will not be running its outdoor ice rink this year due to ongoing uncertainty caused by the pandemic. Read the full statement >

Due to the Government-imposed lockdown, Life Science Centre is currently closed.

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This event has been cancelled

This event has been cancelled. We're sorry for any disappointment. We hope to reschedule this event at a later date, so if you'd like to hear about that and future events for adults at Life, sign up to our adult events mailing list: life.org.uk/subscribe

 

2020 has seen our shops, bars, restaurants, theatres – and science centres! – forced to close in response to the pandemic. With people’s physical and mental health at risk and the economy crashing, should the COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory for everyone? Join our online debate!

Some countries already have mandatory vaccination programmes, with France and Italy requiring all children to have certain vaccinations in order to attend school. The idea of allowing bars, restaurants and workplaces to refuse entry to people without proof of vaccination has been floated, but does compulsory vaccination play to people’s mistrust of vaccines? With the repeated forced closures of businesses, can we afford for people to not get vaccinated?

The rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines is cause for concern for some, but the more people who receive a vaccine, the more useful it will be. Where do we draw the line between the Government’s responsibility to protect public health and one’s autonomy over their body? Is it better to persuade people with a gentle nudge, or invoke restrictions to push them into it?

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Our standard ticket price includes a donation of at least 10%. As a charity we rely on the support of our visitors more than ever in these challenging times.


If you are happy to pay this donation and say ‘yes to Gift Aid’ when prompted, we can claim money from the UK government’s Gift Aid scheme.


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