Cafe Scientifique is a place where, "anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context."
NSB picked up a leaflet from the Nottingham branch at a recent Notts University public lectureand thought their calender of events looked quite interesting. All the talks are at 8pm on Monday nights and the venue is the Basement of the Lord Roberts Pub, Broad Street.
16th Jan : Prof Barry Bogin - Human Life History Evolution
23rd Jan : Prof Martyn Poliakoff - The Royal Society
30th Jan : Prof Ian Howarth - Title to be confirmed
06th Feb : Framework - The work of Framework
13th Feb : Prof Elizabeth Stokoe - The Systematics of Social Interaction
20th Feb : Pete Watkins - CERN and the Large Hadron Collider
27th Feb : Hugh Rollinson - The Earth's Continental Crust
05th Mar : John Stuart Clark - Depresso - or how I learned to stop worrying and embrace being bonkers.
13th Mar : Graham Gardiner - Nottingham Social Enterprise Hub
19th Mar : Prof Alistair Milne - Risk Appetite and Risk Aggregation : Do banks understand what they are doing?
For more info, visit the Notts Cafe Scientifique website : http://www.meetup.com/nottingham-culture-cafe-sci/
or email: email@example.com