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Bristol science café

What is Science Café?
 
Explore the latest ideas in science and technology in a relaxed, informal atmosphere, whilst quenching your thirst with the Tobacco Factory’s finest beverages. Meetings are free and open to anyone with an interest in science and technology, subjects which have a profound impact on all of our everyday lives.
 
The format is simple: The invited speaker gives a short introduction to the evening’s topic, we take a break for refreshments and pondering, followed by an hour of questions and discussion. Everyone is welcome to ask a question or make a comment, and this is a fantastic opportunity to debate and contemplate often-controversial issues with leading experts in their field.
 
Café topics cover a broad range of cutting-edge scientific research and ideas from different disciplines. Check the list of Science Cafe events for upcoming cafés.
 
You don’t need to be a scientist to enjoy the evening! Just come with an open and enquiring mind (and some spare change for a drink).

Location: The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Rd, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1TF
When: Science Cafés run on the last Monday of the month, every month (except December).
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Twitter: @BrisScienceCafe
 
Science Café is based on the international organisation Café Scientifique. To find out what other groups are up to in the UK and around the world – click here for the National Café Scientifique website.
 
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If you have previously attended a Café please feel free to leave a comment about your experiences & suggestions for Café topics in the comments thread below: