Events

Upcoming and past events

PIA21046: Saturn, Approaching Northern Summer (NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute)

Adventures in the outer solar system

The March talk will be given by Dr. Caitriona Jackman, Associate Professor of Space Physics at the University of Southampton. Caitriona will be talking about research into the outer solar system.

Cancer cell under attack (University of Southampton)

Helping our immune system to fight cancer

The February talk will be given by Prof. Tim Elliott, Professor of Experimental Oncology at the University of Southampton. Tim will...

View across the Ruhr Valley

Air Pollution and Climate Change over the next century

The April talk will be given by Dr Chris Webber from the University of Hertfordshire. Chris will be talking about his research into the relationships between air quality, meteorology and climate change.

Jan Brueghel the Younger and Hendrick van Balen, An Allegory of the Four Elements

Discovery of the Elements: Geography & Fame

The January talk will be given by Chick Wilson, Associate Dean for Research in the Faculty of Science and Chair in...

Bright Club

Bright Club comes to Cafe Scientifique!

The December event is a real corker this year! The good folks from Bright Club Southampton and Bright Club Oxford are coming to town, bringing their unique style of comedy meets science. Bright Club is a comedy evening where researchers turn their work into Stand-up. Its for anyone who thinks that the best way to learn is by laughing.

The Bloodhound SSC car

Bloodhound is go!

Following on from the April 2017 talk, an update on the recent live runs of the Bloodhound SSC car as it continues on track to break the 1000mph target speed.

Adonis Blue (Lysandra bellargus) by Tom Lee

Wildlife and Management of Coombe Bissett Down Nature Reserve

The November talk will be given by Ashley White from Wiltshire Wildlife Trust talking about her work at Coombe Bissett Nature Reserve.

Chilbolton Radio Telescope © Anonymous 4452

Chasing Thunderstorms

The September talk will be given by Dr Thorwald Stein of the University of Reading. How quickly do thunderstorm develop?...

WASP Ecoliner by Dykstra Naval Architects

Winds of Change – A return to sail powered cargo ships

The June talk will be given by Dr Richard Pemberton of Plymouth University. Richard will be talking about his research into the future of sail powered ships.

The Bloodhound SSC car

The Bloodhound project: From 0-1000mph

The April talk will be given by Alan Frener, Ambassador for the BLOODHOUND SSC project, a unique, high-technology project to design and build a car that will break the 1,000mph barrier and set a new world land speed record. Designed and constructed in the UK, BLOODHOUND SSC includes components and sponsorship from international companies and will make its record attempt in South Africa.

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