Leamington Cafe Scientifique

Learning and socialising about science

Book recommendation

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As we’ve all had plenty of time to read over the past year or so, we thought it would be interesting to give a monthly book recommendation. The books could be on any scientific topic, but will be accessible to… Continue Reading →

The Cafe Scientifique movement

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Cafe Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always… Continue Reading →

Reminder – meeting tomorrow

May’s meeting will be tomorrow at 7:30 at St Patrick’s Irish Club. Prof Manolya Kavakli-Thorne of Aston University will present a talk on human-computer interaction.

Monday 20th May: Gesture and Speech Recognition in Human Computer Interaction

May’s Cafe Scientifique will be presented by Prof Manolya Kavakli-Thorne of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Aston University at St Patrick’s Irish Club at 7:30. The rapid evolution and adoption of Mixed Reality technology and the integration of… Continue Reading →

Video – The impact of the Storegga Slide tsunami on the Mesolithic population of Britain

For anyone who would like to find out more on the topics covered in last week’s talk, the below video may be of interest, as There’s even more content on the Lost Frontiers website, which can be found here https://lostfrontiers.teamapp.com/?_webpage=v1

Monday 18th March: Reconstructing the pleniglacial environment of Doggerland – the disappeared land that connected us to Europe

Our March talk will be presented by Professor Robin Allaby of the University of Warwick. Robin previously gave a (virtual) talk to us in 2020, this presentation will provide an update on his research. Prior to the formation of the… Continue Reading →

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