UK: Portsmouth

All events are held at Le Cafe Parisien, 1 Lord Montgomery Way, Portsmouth, PO1 2AH. Details of the venue can be found at www.lecafeparisien.com
 
Normally the 4th Tuesday of the month, 8 - 10pm
    
 

A science discussion session in a relaxed café atmosphere, Café Scientifique Portsmouth is organised in collaboration with Portsmouth City Council and Blackwell, usually monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm. It is part of the worldwide Café Scientifique movement www.cafescientifique.org, encouraging people to join in the conversation about the issues in science and technology that affect our lives.

    
Café Scientifique Portsmouth
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Recent speakers   


Martin Graff

Mandy Feder

Mark Gaterell

Melanie Bailey: 'Fighting crime with ion beams'  

Pete Rowley: 'Understanding volcanoes'

Alison Lennox: 'What we eat in the UK and whether we really consume too much sugar'

David Reby: 'What can deer tell us about the origins of our voice?'

Karen Masters: 'The History of the Universe in the Palm of Your Hand'

Angela Druckman: 'Carbon, carbon everywhere: whose responsibility is it?' 

Jie Tong: 'Why do artificial joint replacements fail?'  

Jerome Micheletta: 'What can we learn from Macaques?'  

Stephen Curry: 'Viral Science' 

Niloy Mitra: ‘From sketch to fabrication: Challenges in computational design’ 

Ivor Ebenezer: ‘Depression’ 

Omar Lakkis: ‘Realising differential geometry using kitchenware and knitting’ 

Huw Taylor: ‘People, places, and pathogens: What is the future role of science in the provision of safe water and sanitation for all?’ 

Nick Evans: ‘The Large Hadron Collider’ 

Jamie Ward: ‘Synaesthesia’  

Daniel Thomas: ‘The Galaxy Formation’ 

Philip Ball: ‘Nature’s Patterns’