Our live events are suspended for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis. However, we are developing on-line sessions where possible; watch this space for updates. We are working though each event to denote its status.
We are continually developing our programme, seeking to provide sessions covering a variety of subjects by speakers who enjoy working with an audience that can be relied upon to ask many questions. Please use the comment form to let us know if you would like to lead a session for us.
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Café Scientifique member John Stott looks at evidence for the relationship between the climate problem and money. As an engineer, his initial reaction to the climate problem was to see it as problem about carbon pollution, so the way to... Continue Reading →
Dr Rebecca Broadbent, Teaching Fellow, College of Engineering and Physical Science, Aston University Engineers have the power to shape the world and improve people’s lives, however engineering firms continue to warn of a shortage of engineers that poses a threat... Continue Reading →
Dr. Sebastian D. Pike, Royal Society University Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick Dr Pike cover the background of photoexcitation, the challenges of the process, current state-of-the-art materials and devices and how his group at Warwick are developing... Continue Reading →