Science Speakeasy: Sperm Count Zero
Will we reach sperm count zero before we’re comfortable talking about male infertility?
Studies have found that sperm counts have been declining for decades and fertility problems affect males and females roughly equally. So why is infertility still seen as a woman’s problem? And are we naively swimming towards a fertility apocalypse?
This event is part of the Science Speakeasy programme – a series in which important and often controversial topics are debated in a relaxed cabaret-style setting, all while sipping cocktails mixed by The Alchemist. No question or statement is taboo, so these events are not suitable for anyone who is easily offended!
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£8 online in advance
Life Science Centre, Times Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 4EP
Mon 19 Aug 2019