|Where|| Antenna Café|
Haynes Lane (entrance at the top of Bedwardine Road)
London SE19 3AN
|When||First Tuesday of the month, 8pm|
3 March 2020: The secret life of flies. Speaker: Dr Erica McAlister, Natural History Museum, London.
4 February 2020: Rose Tinted Glasses; The Role of Interpretation Bias in Anxiety. Speaker: Dr Seraphine Clarke, City, University of London.
7 January 2020: From pain to pleasure: animal venoms and their (ab)uses. Speaker: Dr Ronald Jenner, Natural History Museum, London.
3 December 2019: Aldous Huxley Between Arts and Sciences. Speaker: Dr Philip Ward.
5 November 2019: From Zealandia to Aotearoa. Exploring Earth’s 8th Continent; the Land of the Long White Cloud. Speaker: Darren Axe.
1 October 2019: Renewable energy. Speaker: Grahame Danby.
3 September 2019: Cosmology: the universe explained. Speaker: Grahame Danby.
6 August 2019: Apollo: the legacy. Speaker: Steve Cutts
2 July 2019: Subterranean London – Joining the Great Eastern to the Great Western Railway via the Heart of Crossrail – Farringdon. Speaker: Andy Scholes.
4 June 2019: GUT FEELINGS – come and find out about your microbiome. Speaker: Karen Jones.
7 May 2019: Perfecting the Mind, Relinquishing the Body: A 500 Year History of Artificial Intelligence. Speaker: Kester Brewin.
2 April 2019: Ghana’s Planetarium. Speaker: Dr Jacob Ashong, Director and Co-founder.
5 March 2019:Danger and beauty of explosive volcanoes. Speaker: Dr Chiara Maria Petrone, Natural History Museum, London.
5 February 2019:Detecting dementia in the retina. Speaker: Siegfried Wagner, Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College London.
4 December 2018: Quizmas Scientifique. Quiz masters: Steven Henn and Dan Calladine.
6 November 2018: Revealing the problems of social media with cognitive science. Speaker: Dr Fintan Nagle, University College London.
2 October 2018: Bats in our cities. Speaker: Jo Ferguson, Bat Conservation Trust.
4 September 2018: The psychology of dating. Speaker: Rachel New.
7 August 2018: Modern ways of introducing young minds into STEM. Speaker: Oana Sala.
3 July 2018: Easter Island: a scientific perspective. Speaker: Audrey Brown.
5 June 2018: Antibiotic resistance: apocalypse now?. Speaker: Hannah Bligh, University of Westminster.
1 May 2018: The 100,000 Genomes Project. Speaker: Dr Jane Moorhead, King’s College Hospital and NHS England.
3 April 2018: A brief history of time (Book Club)
6 March 2018: Energy storage for electric vehicles. Speaker: Professor Ali Eftekhari, Queen’s University Belfast.
6 February 2018: The scale of things. Speaker: Mike Fairbrass.
2 January 2018: All I got for Xmas was a chemistry set. Speaker: Dr Simba Matondo.
5 December 2017: Cassini: mission to Saturn. Speaker: Prof Steve Miller, University College London.
7 November 2017: The Quantum World. Speaker: Grahame Danby.
3 October 2017: Grokking complexity. Speaker: Dil Green.
5 September 2017: Totally eclipsed. Speaker: Dr Grahame Danby, Open University.
1 August 2017: Our inner fish: how our evolutionary history shapes our life as an embryo – and beyond. Speaker: Dr Jo Richardson, University of Sussex
4 July 2017: Patient H69: The Story of My Second Sight. Speaker: Vanessa Potter
6 June 2017: Scientific publishing and the blockchain. Speaker: David Bovill.
2 May 2017: Cosmic dust from exploding stars. Speaker: Felix Priestley, University College London.
4 April 2017: IT security awareness. Speaker: Satya Panigrahi, IT Daemon Ltd.
7 March 2017: Adventures in Nanotechnology: how can we look at atoms and electrons? Speaker: Dr Holly Hedgeland, Open University
7 February 2017: Carbon footprints and climate change. Speaker: Dr Kim Dennis-Bryan, Open University
3 January 2017: From molecule to perception: Using astronomical technology to improve vision research. Speaker: Adam Dubis, University College London
6 December 2016: Medical implications of space flight. Speaker: Steven Cutts
1 November 2016: Photoshopped. Speaker: David Edwards.
4 October 2016: The art of science. Speaker: Shelley Wilson. (www.shelleywilson.co.uk)
6 September 2016: Bees. Speaker: Dr David Perkins, Roots and Shoots, Kennington, London.
2 August 2016: Is there life on Mars? Speaker: Christian Potiszil, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London.
5 July 2016: Science, government policy and Brexit. Speaker: Dr Stephen McGinness, House of Commons