March Newsletter

We hope you have all been enjoying the snow and staying safe. We have a number of exciting events coming up, read on for details…


TONIGHT – Ask A Scientist
Come along (Argyle Bar 7:30) to engage in great conversations about cool science. Tonight, fashion meets science and we explore research into brain repair. Meet the speakers here.
Art and Science on a Postcard
We are delighted to announce this collaborative hands-on workshop. 28 April – save the date! Details here.
Space Discussion
We want to hear from you. Our next discussion will be on space but we want to know what topics interest you most. Tell us here


We have great opportunities for people to join our Organising Team arranging speakers for our Ask A Scientist events and our Events Team responsible for the development and delivery of high-quality events.
Find out more about these roles on our here. (Please note, we are no longer looking for a Social Media Manager)
Think you have what it takes? Email to tell us why.

Membership and AGM

Believing our events should be free, we have previously operated on a donation basis. However, to be sustainable we now charge non-members £2 for Ask A Scientist events. All events are completely free for members.
Purchase annual membership easily online (link takes you to the EUSA website) or at any of our events.
As a member you will also be eligible to vote in our AGM taking place on 29 March – more details to follow.
And finally, our….

Science Fact of the Month

It can take a photon 40,000 years to travel from the Sun’s core to its surface but only 8 minutes to travel the rest of the way to Earth.

Go on… Google it.

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