04 Aug


Wednesday 17 February, 2016 @ 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Upper Lounge

Good news, science fans of Brighton!

Your favourite monthly showcase of local research is hosting an extra specially special event as part of Brighton Science Festival!

This time, six scientists will be explaining their work to you in an easy to understand & enjoyable way in exchange for a crowd-funded pint* in the Caroline of Brunswick pub. Don’t worry, Cerberus does not bite..
* or other beverage of their choice.

Due to our larger venue; a projector and screen will be available for speakers to use to bring their science to life 🙂

*LINE UP* – talk titles TBC

Daire Cantillon, Brighton & Sussex Medical School – Using NASA technology to understand Tuberculosis

Chris Lovell, University of Sussex – “What I cannot create, I do not understand”: Investigating how galaxies form with simulations

Stephy Joseph, University of Sussex – Cell Biology

Rob Simmons, University of Sussex – X-rayted drug design & virus research

Maria Kennedy, Brighton & Sussex Medical School – Medicine

Dr. Matthew Musgrave, University of Sussex – The physics of Neutrons: Answering big questions with a small particle

We don’t run for profit but we like to keep our speakers well hydrated and supplied with pens & paper.

Entry- £2 on door