Science Café – Autumn 2022 Programme
29th September 2022
Doors and café open at 6pm, with the talks beginning at 7pm in the main theatre. The first session comprises an introduction and the main talk, this is followed by a refreshment break during which any questions you have for the speakers can be submitted. The Q&A session runs from 8 to 9pm (all timings approximate).
We’ve been running the Cut Science Cafe’s as hybrid events and you can find some of them on our YouTube channel here
The Cut Science Cafe celebrated 10 years of successful events this year and is back with an exciting Autumn programme in September.
THURSDAY 29th SEP: MARINE EXPLORATION
Holly Buckley of CEFAS laboratories in Lowestoft will explain the process of identifying and assessing the impact of human activity on our marine habitats, species diversity and ecosystem. Bookings now open HERE
THURSDAY 27th OCT: COMPLEXITIES OF CONSERVATION
Christopher Ussher, Trustee of the UK Trust for Nature Conservation in Nepal will give us an insight into the achievement of Nepal’s success in wildlife conservation. Bookings now open HERE
THURSDAY 24th NOV: ELECTRIC CARS ARE HOT!!
Dr Stefano Landini, a lecturer in the Engineering department of UEA will discuss a novel thermal process designed to improve the battery performance of Electric cars. Although it is thought that 30% of the world’s energy consumption is for transportation, current estimates suggest that only 3% of this is from renewable sources, so we need to learn more about this pioneering work to improve that ratio. Bookings now open HERE