UK: London (Crystal Palace)

Antenna Café
Haynes Lane (entrance at the top of Bedwardine Road)
Crystal Palace
London SE19 3AN
 
First Tuesday of the month, 8pm
    
 
    
Grahame Danby
  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    
Twitter @grahamedanby
Facebook Crystal Scientifique
   

   


 

2 October 2018: Bats in our cities. Speaker: Jo Ferguson, Bat Conservation Trust.

 

Jo Ferguson, Built Environment Officer for the Bat Conservation Trust will be discussing the ecology of our UK bats with a focus on which species have adapted to our urban environment and the threats and opportunities this habitat presents for them. She will also cover what we can do to help them thrive in our cities and hot spots to see these fascinating creatures in south London!

 

Jo has been the Built Environment Officer for the Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) for the last 3.5 years. BCT are the leading NGO solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely, working to secure the future of bats to ensure they thrive alongside people.

Prior to starting at BCT Jo had been involved with bat conservation in a voluntary and professional capacity for over 10 years, including as an ecological consultant and academic researcher. She is a Volunteer Bat Roost Visitor and London Bat Group Member.

,

 

Recent speakers   


4 September 2018: The psychology of dating. Speaker: Rachel New.

 

7 August 2018: Modern ways of introducing young minds into STEM. Speaker: Oana Sala.

 

3 July 2018: Easter Island: a scientific perspective. Speaker: Audrey Brown.

 

5 June 2018: Antibiotic resistance: apocalypse now?. Speaker: Hannah Bligh, University of Westminster.

 

1 May 2018: The 100,000 Genomes Project. Speaker: Dr Jane Moorhead, King's College Hospital and NHS England.

 

3 April 2018: A brief history of time (Book Club)

 

6 March 2018: Energy storage for electric vehicles. Speaker: Professor Ali Eftekhari, Queen's University Belfast.

 

6 February 2018: The scale of things. Speaker: Mike Fairbrass.

 

2 January 2018: All I got for Xmas was a chemistry set. Speaker: Dr Simba Matondo.

 

5 December 2017: Cassini: mission to Saturn. Speaker: Prof Steve Miller, University College London.

 

7 November 2017: The Quantum World. Speaker: Grahame Danby.

 

3 October 2017: Grokking complexity. Speaker: Dil Green.

 

5 September 2017: Totally eclipsed. Speaker: Dr Grahame Danby, Open University.

 

1 August 2017: Our inner fish: how our evolutionary history shapes our life as an embryo – and beyond. Speaker: Dr Jo Richardson, University of Sussex

 

4 July 2017: Patient H69: The Story of My Second Sight. Speaker: Vanessa Potter

  

6 June 2017: Scientific publishing and the blockchain. Speaker: David Bovill.

  

2 May 2017: Cosmic dust from exploding stars. Speaker: Felix Priestley, University College London.

  

4 April 2017: IT security awareness. Speaker: Satya Panigrahi, IT Daemon Ltd.

  

7 March 2017: Adventures in Nanotechnology: how can we look at atoms and electrons? Speaker: Dr Holly Hedgeland, Open University

  

7 February 2017: Carbon footprints and climate change. Speaker: Dr Kim Dennis-Bryan, Open University

  

3 January 2017: From molecule to perception: Using astronomical technology to improve vision research. Speaker: Adam Dubis, University College London

  

6 December 2016: Medical implications of space flight. Speaker: Steven Cutts

  

1 November 2016: Photoshopped. Speaker: David Edwards.

  

4 October 2016: The art of science. Speaker: Shelley Wilson. (www.shelleywilson.co.uk)

  

6 September 2016: Bees. Speaker: Dr David Perkins, Roots and Shoots, Kennington, London.

  

2 August 2016: Is there life on Mars? Speaker: Christian Potiszil, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London.

  

5 July 2016: Science, government policy and Brexit. Speaker: Dr Stephen McGinness, House of Commons