London events for curious minds.
Monday 13 June
PSYCHOPATHS: Journalist Jon Ronson (of Men Who Stare At Goats fame) is at the Monarch in Camden for this month's Skeptics in the Pub, to talk about what makes a psychopath. 7.30pm, £2
SCI-FI: This month's book of choice at the Science Fiction Book Club is Kurt Vonnegut's classic Slaughterhouse 5. Join the meetup group to find the location. 7pm, FREE
Tuesday 14 June
GM FOOD: The Dana Centre has an evening devoted to this mainstay of public debate. 7pm, FREE but prebook.
ALIENS: The hardworking Lewis Dartnell is at the Grant Museum to talk about astrobiology and the prospects of alien life within our solar system. Includes free glass of wine and tour of the new museum. 6.30pm, FREE
Wednesday 15 June
ENERGY: Another event at the Dana Centre, this time looking at the ethics of biofuels. 7pm, FREE but prebook
MEDICINE: Quentin Cooper off of the radio is at Wellcome Collection to discuss Joseph Lister and antiseptic with Hugh Pennington. 7pm, FREE
ASTRONOMY: There's a lunar eclipse tonight. If the skies are clear, head on up to Blackheath for a special picnic with the Royal Observatory Greenwich's astronomers. 9pm, FREE
Friday 17 June
MUSIC: The British Library stays up past its bedtime for an evening of DJs, music and talks inspired by the current sci-fi exhibition. 7.30-11.00pm, £12.50
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