The annual celebration of all that is fascinating and wonderful science - in a pub - returns to Oxford, with a plethora of speakers across six locations.
"Pint of Science is a non-profit organisation that brings some of the most brilliant scientists to your local pub to discuss their latest research and findings with you."
The events aim to be informal and stimulating for the audience, with short talks and the opportunity for Q&A. Each venue's talks focus on a particular theme, e.g., Beautiful Mind (neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry), Atoms to Galaxies (physics, chemistry, maths, astronomy) and Planet Earth (geosciences, plant sciences, zoology) for example.
It's worth going along, clearly for the very engaging talks, but also if you're thinking about doing some public speaking, then this is worth thinking about - so go along and show your support, and be inspired and learn from your peers, all in the comfort of a pub! I count 15 researchers from MPLS departments, so that's a good showing.
To get your tickets, visit their website.
The Oxford Retreat (1-2 Hythe Bridge St., Oxford, OX1 2EW)
14 May - Deep space discoveries
15 May - Higgs and quantum
16 May - Voyages in space
Turl Street Kitchen (16 Turl Street, Oxford, OX1 3DH)
14 May - Brain rhythms
15 May - Life of Dad
16 May - SOLD OUT! How we think and how we do
Wig and Pen, Oxford (9-13 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AU)
14 May - Volcanic violence and magnetic madness
15 May - Changing oceans
16 May - Erratic eruptions and the parched planet
Jericho Tavern (56 Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6AE)
14 May - Understanding pain
15 May - The Microbiome
16 May - Vive la résistance!
House Bar (Wheatsheaf Yard, 11 Blue Boar St, Oxford, OX1 4EE)
14 May - Can we read people?
15 May - Rage against the machine
16 May - Brexit through the gift shop
St Aldates Tavern (108 St Aldate's, Oxford, OX1 1BU)
14 May - Cyber crime fighters
15 May - Human-Robots or Robot-Humans?
16 May - I "Heart" Technology
What to read next
Are you curious about building a new partnership? Have you got a research idea you are keen to explore? Then the Community University Partnership Initiative match events could be a perfect opportunity to get involved.