Science Café At The Cut
The Final Science Café
A huge thank you to all of you who made the Grand Finale to the eleven years of The Cut Science Café such a joyous occasion!
To Steve, Laurence, Aafke & Jemima in the Café. The delightful Singers JB and Joss, The Kitchen Band , Rebecca & Paul Osborne the Graphic recording team, Ben Norrington our Speaker, Rob Raven our Chairperson, Trish Dent who manged our reflections session, The Amazing Rachel Kellett who so eloquently spoke of our history and those who helped make it, Speakers, from previous Science Cafes who came from further afield to help us celebrate, The wonderful Cut science Café Team past and present members, including the fabulous multitasking Catherine Hoy, Sara Ussher & Camilla Prior.
I was overwhelmed by the generosity and wonderful messages from Our Cut Science Supporters and thank you all for your enthusiasm and encouragement. I look forward to seeing all again on Tuesday 24 October for our Frack or not to Frack Talk by Stephen Rogers and Rory Edwards, put it in your diaries and click on the link to buy your tickets :
Rachel Kellet has written a trubute to 11 years of Science Café at the Cut: you can read the full article and see pictures of the Grand Finale by clicking on the link below:
Previous Science Cafes
Food for thought
Cancer, Cure & Care
January: Energy provision and climate change
February: The Science of Ageing, or Not?
March: Infections, Antibiotics, Alternatives
May: Artificial Intelligence: Do machines help us?
June: Do genes prescribe our lives?
July: Social Media & Personal Interaction
AUGUST SPECIAL: Sat 10-4pm 2015 UNESCO Year of Soil & Light. Special Science day, with demos, trials, activities, food sampling, lectures & film. 8 different organisations involved , with Art & Science collaboration.
September: Don’t trust me, I am a Scientist
October: The Balance between Biodiversity & Farm Productivity
November: Syndromic Surveillance: Public Health & Private data
January: Cereal Thriller- Wheat will happen next?
February: Gene Sequencing, Super Computers & Biological Investigations
March: 2016 Is International year of beans and pulses
September: Stem Cell research
October: Versatile & Beneficial Microbes
November: Science & Religion
January: Dark Energy and Dark Matter
February: Sex, Art & Genes
March: Thinking Fast & Slow
September: Sound & Vision
October: Life on Mars?
November: Microbes fight back
January: Golden Jubilee at JIC!
February: The Structure of DNA.
March: SOS Signals from Ocean to Earth.
September: You, The Scientist & The Farmer.
October: Science in Art.
January: It's a Knockout!
February: Joint Replacement? New Approaches
March: Concussion & Brain Injury Support
September: Healthy Eating - Help not Hype !
October: The Protein Revolution
November: Equine & Human, Train and Pain
January: The Genetic Origins of Humankind
November: Bones heal more easily than joits, WHY? On zoom. Video available here
December: Fisheries Research And The Science Of Fish Migration. On zoom.
January: Peas please, for health, wealth and the planet! With the renowned scientist, Professor Claire Domoney on Zoom.
February: The Molecules of Life with Professor Richard Bowater, on Zoom. Video available here
2022 is the tenth year of The Cut Science Cafe with a full programme of events.
January: Vision Made Possible with Dr Jordi Asher of the University of Essex
February: Fascinating Fascia with Ian Drakard
March: Special 10th Anniversary event - The Future of Farming with Johann Tasker
January: Sustainable Aviation with Professor Chris Atkin (UEA)
February: Vision, Illusion and Confusion with Professor Paul Hibbard
March: Miraculous Fish Migration with Ben Norrington of the Environment Agency