Venue : The Castle Kitchen, Highcliffe Castle BH23 4LE
Time : Opens 5.00 pm for food and drinks. Talk starts 6.00pm
(Approximately 40 min talk followed by refreshment break then Q&A until 8.00pm)
Thurs May 16th- Is it possible to build a star on earth? -Dr Kate Lancaster
Thurs June 20th- Why record wildlife? – Robin Harley
Thurs July 18th- Researching with children -- a journey through engineering, physiological, methodological and ethical challenges -Dr Margaret Fletcher
Why not make a date now?
This is an opportunity for anybody of any background and of any age with an interest in science to come along and hear topical talks from a wide array of speakers. Subject areas will span the environment, engineering, conservation, modern technology, medicine and more.
It is a great way of meeting new friends in your local community as well as learning something new for the price of a cup of coffee or glass of wine. Food also available.
Information on meetings can be found on the website: www.cafescientifiquehighcliffe.org.uk
Or telephone 01425 275959 or look at our Facebook page: cafe-scientifique-highcliffe