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Café Science Dundee: Are E-cigarettes Safe for Your Arteries?

  • Monday 19th November, 2018 – 7pm
  • Avery & Co , Dundee

E-cigarettes are gaining popularity as an alternative to traditional cigarettes, with an estimated 2.9 million p...

Future Debate - Would you share your DNA?

  • Wednesday 21st November, 2018 – 4pm
  • Engine Shed, Bristol

Interactive debate -ages 16 and above The full DNA (or genome) of thousands of volunteers is being collected f...

Astronaut Tour: Engineer to astronaut to Reading!

  • Friday 23rd November, 2018 – 7:30pm
  • G10 Palmer Building, Reading

Join Dr Steve Swanson (NASA astronaut & ISS Commander) to find out what it really takes to be an astronaut and ...

Nottingham Future Debate- should you share your DNA data?

  • Monday 26th November, 2018 – 7:30pm
  • Canalhouse, Nottingham

DNA tells us a lot about ourselves. That's why thousands of volunteers have had their genomes sequenced for rese...

Should you share your DNA? Bristol

  • Tuesday 27th November, 2018 – 2pm
  • Unitarian Meeting House, Bristol

Science from the Start, WECIL and UWE Bristol are hosting a BSA Future Debate, exploring whether or not we shoul...

Future Debate - Should you share your DNA data?

  • Tuesday 27th November, 2018 – 7pm
  • Plexal, London

Imagine: the year 2030... A national database is growing, with fully-sequenced genomes available to health prof...

GALAPAGOS​: Archaeology and the ​Global ​Challenge of Marine Plastics

  • Tuesday 27th November, 2018 – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

Professor John Schofield will describe a new project, coordinated by the Galapagos Conservation Trust, in which ...


  • Friday 30th November, 2018 – 6am
  • ADAMS, Corsham


STEM Lecture - It’s all about Rock Smashing and Colouring In! Yes you can make mon...

  • Wednesday 5th December, 2018 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School , Shenley Church End

Why is geology so fun? Did you know maps, maths and science interact? Where’s the money in Geology and maps? Wha...

Cafe Scientifique: ‘The Shaking Palsy’: Past, present and future of Parkinson’s d...

  • Wednesday 5th December, 2018 – 7:30pm
  • Smokin Billy's , Reading

The neurodegenerative disorder we now call Parkinson’s disease was first formally described by James Parkinson i...

Studying the heart using computers

  • Thursday 6th December, 2018 – 7pm
  • Newman Blue Lecture Theatre, Peter Chalk Building,, Exeter

Heart disease currently affects approximately 7 million people in the UK, and so it is important to carry out re...

For one night only – engineering the business of show business

  • Tuesday 11th December, 2018 – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

Live events attract huge crowds and rely on an array of sophisticated technologies to make them work. Peter Whea...

How Energy Flow Shapes the Evolution of Life

  • Thursday 13th December, 2018 – 8:15pm
  • The Crypt Room, St John's Church, Hampstead

A talk by Prof. Nick Lane of University College London

STEM Lecture - Acoustics by the Sea with BBC Coast

  • Wednesday 19th December, 2018 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School , Shenley Church End

Prof David Sharp has made four appearances on BBC Coast and was an academic consultant for the series. In his ta...

Discovery Days 2019

  • Wednesday 9th January, 2019 – 3pm
  • Dalhousie Building (LT3), Dundee

Join us at the University of Dundee to listen to our newest professors and award-winning teachers & students, as...

STEM Lecture - Science of Science

  • Wednesday 9th January, 2019 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School, Shenley Church End

If we understand better how science advances, and what are its driving mechanisms, we might be able to do bett...


  • Thursday 10th January, 2019 – 6am
  • Goldbar, London

One of the best nightclubs in New York. For more information, visit our website.

STEM Lecture - Engineering Gold

  • Wednesday 16th January, 2019 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School , Shenley Church End

The inside story of the aerodynamics behind Team GB’s Olympic success. Whether it’s 45mph around the velodrome o...

Forensic Science – DNA Evidence

  • Thursday 17th January, 2019 – 8:15pm
  • The Crypt Room, St John's Church, Hampstead

A talk by Dr Georgina Meakin MCSFS FHEA of University College London

3rd Annual conference on Steel & Structural Engineering

  • Monday 28th January, 2019 – 9am
  • Dubai, UAE, Dubai

Opportunity to speak or attend at 3rd Annual Conference on Steel & Structural Engineering held on January 28-29,...

STEM Lecture - Junk DNA: what is it and why it could help us to find new therapies...

  • Wednesday 6th February, 2019 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School, Shenley Church End

Did you know that the vast majority of our genome does not encode proteins? For several decades, this “non-codin...

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