|Where||During the pandemic, cafes took place online. |
We made a live – socially distanced! – return to Brampton Community Centre in June 2021.
|When||Last Thursday of the month, except December|
Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start
|Reserve tickets @ £4 or £5 on the door (U18s free)|
Change your diet: the easiest way to help reduce your climate impact
How to be a good farmer in the 21st century
History and technology of bells
The psychology of science
3D eye scanning and artificial intelligence to create an early diagnostic tool for neurological disorders
Chris Turner (Natural England)
Catchment-sensitive farming (TBC)
How to make Brampton a zero carbon and energy self-sufficient community
Phil Dunn, David Rimmer and Tim Coombe
Satellite Imagery Analysis
The Irish Sea Marine Protection Area
Georgia de Jong Cleyndert
Introduction of beavers to the UK
From birds to rocks and back again
Measuring carbon storage in peat bogs
Peatlands from the global to the local perspective.
Colin Partington MBE
Ionising Radiation and Radioactivity
Slicing the universe in cosmic time to discover the most distant galaxies and unveil our cosmic origins
Luke Barnes and Geraint Lewis Western Sydney University
The Cosmic Revolutionary’s Handbook or How to Beat the Big Bang
Brampton’s Cool Technology for a warming earth!
21st Century sustainable forestry operations
Landscape as a witness: Climate and geological change in the Brampton area
Thinking, The Senses and Science
What’s the point of heritage In architecture?
Recovering energy from mine water for Haltwhistle swimming pool
Donald R. Sadoway
Liquid metal battery technology for large scale storage
Renewable Energy technology in Scotland/Dumfries
What the discovery of gravitational waves means
Why aren’t there more women with careers in science?
Natural England Catchment sensitive farming
The Geology of Venus
Are personal air quality monitors still a thing of the future?
Satellite imagery (optical and radar) as a data source
Tidal and wave power
Eden Rivers Natural Flood Management