/ museum

Graphene Exhibition at MOSI, 25th June 2017

Graphene is the fascinating material that's been the focus of a lot of media attention, since its rediscovery and isolation here in Manchester. The Museum of Science and Industry currently has an exhibition charting its history and discussing its future.

  • Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond at the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, 14:00, 25th of June 2017

The Museum of Science and Industry is a bastion of Manchester culture that needs no introduction. Entry is free. We'll meet in the foyer at 14:00 on the Sunday afternoon for the exhibition itself.

Before and After

Some of us will be there a little early, and will gather at the nearby real ale pub The Cask from 13:00, before wandering across the road to the museum for 14:00.

The exhibition closes at 17:00. Once we're done with the exhibition, we'll wander down to the Atlas bar on Deansgate - an extremely very well stocked gin bar. From there we'll go on to decide our plans for dinner - which, in the usual Young Mensa North tradition, will probably involve a Wetherspoons.

The museum is very close to the Deansgate tram stop, and a ten minute walk from Salford Central railway station. If you're driving, there's on-street parking in front of the museum itself, as well as several NCP car parks nearby.

If you don't fancy the exhibition and want to catch up with us later, the easiest thing is to keep in touch on Telegram - but we'll also keep the Facebook event updated with our movements after we head to Atlas.

If you get lost

If you need help finding us then you can call or text the Phone Robot for directions (or for some encouragement to come along): 0144 360 6367

We also always keep an eye on our Telegram group at the start of our events so you can get in touch with us there.

Eugene Hopkinson

Eugene Hopkinson

Director of the VoxelStorm indie gamedev studio, C++ programmer, photographer, alumnus of philosophy at University of Edinburgh, regular at Young Mensa North pub events.

Read More