Pint of Science is now over for another year, and what a success! It will be returning from 11-13 May 2020, with venues in both Coventry and Warwickshire.
The call for speakers is now open - what will you get us talking about?
Closing date for submitting your registration form: 12pm, 19 January 2020
We are looking for students, technicians, support staff and researchers from ALL FACULTIES to present their recent findings at Pint of Science in 2020!
Themes for Pint of Science include:
- Beautiful Mind - neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry
- Atoms to Galaxies - physics, chemistry, maths, astronomy
- Our Body - medicine, human biology, health
- Planet Earth - geosciences, plant sciences, zoology
- Tech Me Out - biotechnology, robotics, computers
- Our Society - law, history, politics, policy, languages
- Creative Reactions - art and science come together
You have a captive audience for 30 minutes in a fun and informal setting - what would you do?
If you'd like to speak alone, have an interesting idea for a collaboration with an external partner, or want to do something longer e.g. performance; public workshop; drawing or poetry session; or panel discussion - then please feel free to put this in your application.
Please read the "information for speakers" and then fill out the "register to present" form and we'll be back in touch in February to confirm if you have secured a space.
If you would like to discuss any of your ideas or content before you apply then come and see the team at our drop-in sessions held every Wednesday from 1-3pm at the University House Cafe/Atrium. or contact A.Phillips@warwick.ac.uk
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The main festival ran from 20-22 May 2019, and was three nights of short, fun and informative talks presented by researchers from both Warwick and Coventry universities.
For more information about this year's speakers and our festival stats, please see the Past Festivals page.
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