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Experimental Psychology's Professor Charles Spence has been invited to give a headline talk at the Royal Institution Family Fun Day on the 30th October.  He will be talking about "The Sensory World of Food".

Family fun days at the RI  run a few times a year, from 11am to 4pm. Anyone can drop in anytime to enjoy the short talks in our famous theatre and get stuck in to experiments, creative activities and making things to take home. Suitable for children aged 6-12, though older and younger siblings and friends are very welcome. Community groups are also welcome.

In a separate event, Charles Spence will also be talking at UTOPIA 2016: Tomorrow's menu - the future of food.