General Cafe Sci news. See individual cafe pages for more details of their activities.
- Published on Sunday, 19 February 2017 00:48
New research paper analysing Dutch science cafes
As some of you know, science cafes have become increasingly interesting to the academic world. This recently-published paper (open access) is an analysis of Dutch science cafes, including the perspectives of participants, organisers and hosts.
- Published on Friday, 20 January 2017 22:33
The Cafe Scientifique family welcomes the first cafe in Cambodia, held in Phnom Penh recently.
Alongside the cafe held recently in Laos, it is a real pleasure to see cafe sci extending into a new region.
- Published on Thursday, 21 July 2016 21:26
The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) is the largest UK organisation representing and promoting neuroscience and neuroscientists.
This year, we’re introducing a new membership category: associate member. We welcome all those who are genuinely interested in neuroscience, but who do not work in neuroscience professionally, to become part of the BNA. You might be a teacher, mechanic, nurse, or business leader; the brain is endlessly fascinating for everyone!
We’d like to improve our commitment to our new associate members, which is why it’s important to know what you want.
In return for just five minutes of your time, you could win a £20 amazon voucher - just click here to complete our survey!
- Published on Wednesday, 11 January 2017 02:44
Henley on Thames Cafe Scientifique is celebrating its 50th cafe with a special guest speaker - Marcus du Sautoy, Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science.
- Published on Friday, 25 March 2016 22:23
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the oldest chemical society in the world and in 2016 it is celebrating 175 years of progress and people in the chemical sciences.
To mark its 175th anniversary in 2016, the RSC is asking its members and supporters around the world to give 175 minutes of their time to chemistry.
From inspiring people through outreach, to serving on our committees, to exploring what membership of the Royal Society of Chemistry can do for them, there are many opportunities for members and supporters to get involved. Throughout the year, the RSC is sharing your stories and celebrating the contribution you make to the chemistry community.
Café Scientifique is a great way to join in with this so please share your stories of any meetings or events you’ve been to by tweeting using #Time4Chem or sending your story to the RSC website.