Brain Events at the Pint of Science Festival

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Pint of Science is a grassroots non-profit organisation that has grown astronomically over the few years since two people decided to share their research in the pub. Although their mission has expanded, the core values remain the same: to provide a space for researchers and members of the public alike to come together, be curious, and chat about research in a relaxed environment outside of mysterious laboratories or daunting dark lecture theatres.

Pint of Science will be broadcasting nearly 70 live online shows on their YouTube channel 17-20 May 2021 (6pm, 7pm and 8pm, UK time), with multiple shows airing at the same time.

You can view details of all our shows either on the online listings page or the interactive programme booklet below which can be expanded to full screen or downloaded as a PDF. Click on ‘more information’ to register for the show(s) you are interested in and to receive the direct link(s) to watch.

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Our highlights

Hearing with your brain Dr Kerry Walker (Associate Professor of Neuroscience) – 17th May – 6pm to 7pm

Disease in a dish Dr Sophie Hawkins (Postgraduate Research Student, Neurodegenerative Diseases) – 17th May – 8pm to 9pm

The Cognitive Daisy: A novel method for supporting the care of people with cognitive problems – Dr Petra Pollux (Senior Lecturer in Psychology) – 18th May – 6pm to 7pm

Untangling the spaghetti: how does DNA fold? – Tereza Gerguri (PhD student, Francis Crick Institute) –  @GerguriTereza – 18th May – 8pm to 9pm


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