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A taste of France for Dundee restaurant

Posted onNovember 7, 2011

A taste of France for Dundee restaurant

A taste of France for Dundee restaurant

A continental cultural event regularly held within French eateries is heading to Dundee as part of Dundee Science Festival.

Bon Appetit is holding Café Philosophie de Science on both Saturday 5 and 12 November 2011. Café Philosophie is a well-established social, gourmet and intellectual event in many French cities.

 The cafe will be officially opened on 5 November by Dr Beth Lord, Philosophy Lecturer at the University of Dundee who will explore ‘God and Science’.

 The following Saturday, Professor Michael Wheeler from the University of Stirling will stimulate the neurons on a subject entitled “Human intelligence versus artificial intelligence – have the machines gone mad?”

 John Batchelor, Owner commented, “We are delighted to be taking part in Dundee Science Festival as science is such a major part of the city’s thriving economy and our modest contribution recognises this. Many Dundee scientists and their visitors from all around the world dine in Bon Appétit so we are doubly pleased to be participating and bringing a taste of the continent to our fabulous city.”


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