General Cafe Sci news. See individual cafe pages for more details of their activities.
- Published on Sunday, 05 July 2015 05:05
The 2015 Science in Public conference took place at the University of the West of England, Bristol on 9th & 10th July 2015.
Science cafes featured in the list of presentations: Giovanna Pacinin, from the University of Florence, Italy, talked about RadioMoka, an experiment in taking the science cafe experience on to radio; and Colleen Elizabeth Kelly, from Penn State, discussed how science cafes can be spaces to facilitate learning and empower the public and scientists to consider each others’ perspectives.
Follow the conference on #SiP2015
- Published on Sunday, 24 May 2015 03:00
Liverpool John Moores University is delighted to announce its first ever Research Day!
St Georges Hall, Friday 26th June 2015.
The day is free to attend and open to all.
There will be interactive sessions from some of LMJU's internationally acclaimed researchers who will be demonstrating some of their ground-breaking work from the Astrophysics Research Institute, Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Science and the Liverpool School of Art & Design, amongst others. Visitors will also be invited to vote for their favourite Research Poster and Scholarly Snapshot.
There will be food, drinks and entertainment throughout the day. And expect some surprises!
Register for the Research Day here
- Published on Sunday, 08 March 2015 03:11
Speakezee.org is a new platform for finding academic speakers. It's currently in its first phase but already allows you to filter speakers by subject and location, so could be a useful tool for organisers looking for new speakers for their cafes.
- Published on Sunday, 05 April 2015 02:38
The World Science Festival takes place annually in New York City; this year running from 27 - 31 May. This year's festival features more than fifty events, from mainstage programs and intimate salons where the world's top scientists discuss big ideas, a special series of events celebrating the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Each year, the World Science Festival streams a number of its programs to thousands of viewers around the world, engaging audiences in cutting-edge science and remarkable discoveries. WSF Live invites cafe organisers to host a free live screening of one of their events, supplementing your screening with local speakers.
Screening the WSF programme is completely free, and WSF will suport organisers.The only technical requirements are a computer, a screen, a projector, and speakers.