Welcome to the website for the Salisbury Café Scientifique!

Here you will find information about the Salisbury based branch of this international organisation including details of our past and future talks and how to attend one of our events.
Café Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings have taken place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.
Café Scientifique is a forum for debating science issues, not a shop window for science. We are committed to promoting public engagement with science and to making science accountable. Everyone is welcome to come and express their views or just enjoy a drink and listen. No scientific knowledge is assumed and everyone can participate.
See the calendar for the full list of upcoming events from Salisbury Café Scientifique and other science organisations:
Feb
6
Tue
2018
Prof. Tim Elliott: “Helping our immune system to fight cancer” @ Salisbury Rugby Football Club
Feb 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Mar
6
Tue
2018
Dr. Caitriona Jackman: “Adventures in the outer solar system” @ Salisbury Rugby Football Club
Mar 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Apr
3
Tue
2018
Dr. Chris Webber: “Air Pollution and Climate Change over the next century” @ Salisbury Rugby Football Club
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Search our site

To keep up to date with Salisbury Cafe Scientifique, sign up to our Mailing List.

  • When: Events take place on the first Tuesday of the month, each month except August. Doors open at 7:00pm when the Bar and Cafe will be open for light refreshments before the event which starts at 7:30pm. See the Calendar for details of upcoming events.
  • Where: Salisbury Rugby Club, as shown on the map below; see the venue page for directions.
July meeting – A double bill!

July meeting – A double bill!

We are very lucky to have two speakers for the July meeting! There is a medical theme with both speakers...

Obese by FBellon

Why our food is making us fat

We are, on average, 3st heavier than we were in the 60s. And not because we’re eating more or exercising...

Bio-Safety in Resource Poor Countries

Bio-Safety in Resource Poor Countries

As part of the Tetricus Seminar series, Dr Nigel Silman of the HPA Microbiology Services will be talking about “Bio-Safety...

The UK alcohol scene and issues of liver transplantation; facts and figures

The UK alcohol scene and issues of liver transplantation; facts and figures

Following on from Prof. Roger Williams talk for the May Café Scientifique meeting, we are very please to have an...

Twitter logo

Come join us!

Just a quick note to say we are using social media channels so you can follow us there or join...

Being There – Immersive Entertainment!

Being There – Immersive Entertainment!

Please note change of date: this talk will now be held a week earlier on 29th May! Dr Nick Lodge...

The UK alcohol scene and issues of liver transplantation

The UK alcohol scene and issues of liver transplantation

Professor Roger Williams, CBE, is Director of the Institute of Hepatology & Foundation for Liver Research. People who drink their...

Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Woodcock watch

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust are running a project called Woodcock Watch following a number of woodcocks as they...

Giant Silk Moths

Giant Silk Moths

Professor Philip Howse has published several books and numerous research articles on insect behaviour and ecology. He has developed novel...

Cultural & psychological determinants of work-related illness & disability

Cultural & psychological determinants of work-related illness & disability

Prof Coggon was awarded a personal chair in Occupational and Environmental Medicine in 1997.  In 2005 he joined the newly...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15