ABOUT  CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE

The Café Scientifique  groups around the UK  (and a few overseas) are places 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 take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.

Learn more about how Café Scientifique works here

Links to other local groups

Coffee

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Online meetings

 Our Zoom Webinars allow a maximum of 100 participants.

(Going above that incurs high costs). Talks are also streamed later on our YouTube channel

Our "meetings" are usually on the 4th Thursday of each month starting at 19.30. 

 

Upcoming talks

 

Mar 24th (Weds)

   "Reading the human skeleton"

 

April 22nd

 "The beginning of weather

         forecasting"

May 27th

 "Charging into an electric future"

Updated  28 Febrruary 2021

 

Recordings of past Zoom talks can be found on our

 channel.

Meet an expert and learn about how science affects your life.

Continuing our 2021 Zoom programme

"Reading the human skeleton"

Registrations will open in early March.

Updated  28 February 2021

 

Upcoming Events

  • Wed, Mar 24
    Zoom webinar
    Mar 24, 7:30 PM
    Zoom webinar
    What can archaeologists learn from the skeletons then find
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  • Apr 22, 7:30 PM
    Zoom Webinar
    Prof Herbert Huppert, FRS, University of Cambridge will talk about how weather forecasting developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, starting with the pioneering contributions of Robert Fitzroy (Darwin's captain), Matthew Fontaine Maury and Lewis Fry Richardson.
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PAST  MEETINGS

Our meetings started in January 2020

Below you will find summaries of our past meetings.

Analyzing Scans
Drone Over the Mountains
Fibre Optics

MEDICINE

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No meetings on this theme yet.

ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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SCIENCE

January 23 2020 - "The power of bubbles", Dr Nikhil Mistry.

February 27 2020 - "Neutron stars - laboratories for fundamental physics",

Dr Andreas Schmitt

CONTACT CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE, ROMSEY

Get in touch with Café Scientifique Romsey to learn about the group and what its does.

Our e-mail address  is   cafscirom<at sign>gmail.com

CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE ROMSEY

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