Cafe Scientifique: Find out more about Tumour Immunology

lab on a chip

Professor Greenman has extensive experience of developing chip technology for analysing tumour biopsies. Hear more at Monday night's Cafe Scientifique meeting.

Friday, 8th February, 2019 5:14pm

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: From AI to Fukushima

nuclear decommissioning

Tonight David from Innovative Physics will present the talk ‘From AI (Artificial Intelligence) to Fukushima’. All welcome.

Sunday, 20th January, 2019 3:59pm

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: Another chance to discover more about amazing physiology of crocodiles

crocodile

Colin Stevenson will be heading to the Isle of Wight on Monday to talk about crocodiles. This was originally scheduled to take place in October, but postponed due a family bereavement.

Thursday, 8th November, 2018 12:28pm

By Pam Ash

Hear why we ‘need a UK body farm’ at Cafe Sci

Dr Anna Williams - huddersfield uni

Find out why Forensic Anthropologist, Dr Anna Williams, believes we need a Body Farm in the UK at tonight's (Monday) Cafe Scientifique talk.

Monday, 9th April, 2018 8:12am

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: Find out how marine phytopankton controls climate change

marine photoplakton

Dr Michelle Hale from Portsmouth University will be showing plenty of pictures from research she has conducted whilst at sea in the Arctic and elsewhere.

Friday, 9th February, 2018 8:18am

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: What is Evolution by Natural Selection?

natural selection

Tonight's speaker, Dr Neil Gostling, a Senior Teaching Fellow from the department of Biological Sciences at Southampton University will be presenting his talk, ‘What is Evolution by Natural Selection?'

Monday, 15th January, 2018 6:55am

By Pam Ash

Driverless cars the subject of next Cafe Scientifique

Self driving car

Professor Neville Stanton from Southampton University opens the new season of events with a talk on Highly Automative Vehicles (Driverless Cars).

Friday, 22nd September, 2017 8:34am

By Pam Ash

Bio-science and bio-nano technology to be discussed at last Cafe Sci of season

bioscience

Dr Tracy Melvin, an Associate Professor at the Southampton University Optoelectronics Research Centre, will be giving the final talk of the season before the summer break. The talk takes place from 7pm on Monday 12th June.

Monday, 12th June, 2017 6:31am

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: Find out how technology has transformed study of palaeontology

dinosaur bones

“Using new technology to shine light on the lives of the first mammals”, Dr Gill will be talking about the technology that has transformed the study of palaeontology.

Monday, 13th March, 2017 8:10am

By Pam Ash

Cafe Scientifique: The 100,000 Genome Project

Genome project data

Cafe Scientifique returns to Shanklin tonight (Monday) with Dr Frank Ratcliff and Dr. Catherine Mercer of Genomics England, who will be talking about the 100,000 Genome Project.

Monday, 16th January, 2017 6:45am

By Pam Ash with one comment

Cafe Scientifique: Find out about The Big Thaw: a warming, changing Arctic

Arctic sea ice

At Monday's Cafe Scientifique, Professor Mary Edwards will draw upon examples from Alaska and Siberia to illustrate arctic warming and its consequences. Talk and then Q&A with interval.

Friday, 7th October, 2016 1:06pm

By Pam Ash with 3 readers' comments

Cafe Scientifique: Share your views on the theory of human origin and Hinkley Point

hinkley-point

The opening session of the season sees a members' discussion. The two items up for discussion are Hinkley Point and the theory of human origin. Why not pop along and help make it a stimulating evening.

Monday, 26th September, 2016 8:15am

By Pam Ash with one comment