Welcome to our January Newsletter
A very happy new year to you all! We hope your 2019 has been off to an excellent start! It’s about to get even better with the return of ChatSci and more InterSci antics, read on…
Our flagship event will now take place in Teviot Row House. Check the exact location for each event on Facebook or on our website as these may vary!
ChatSci Series 7
Start off the year by attending the best science conversations in town. ChatSci returns with incredible speakers on January 21, February 4 and 18 and finishing off the series on March 4 in the with an open discussion on a scientific topic soon to be confirmed. Join our Facebook events for more information.
Tick off a New Year’s resolution
If your New Year’s resolution wasn’t to speak at ChatSci then what were you thinking? We are seeking speakers for ChatSci Series 8! We believe everyone has a story to tell, and there’s no better way to do it than through an informal conversation with sciencelovers. You’ll also get a free drink as a thank you!
Interested? Email us -firstname.lastname@example.org
Art & Science on a Postcard is back!
Following the success of the2017 event, we’re back with another instalment! For this event, we are looking for artists and scientists who will be paired up to collaboratively create art that reflects the scientist’s work.
Where – ASCUS Art & Science, Summerhall
When – Saturday 26 January
Tickets – Limited availability! Book through Eventbrite.
There will be a pre-event mixer on Saturday 19 January 10am-12pm at Levels Cafe, Holyrood Road where you can meet and chat with your partner. More information can be found on Facebook and Twitter. Hurry – places are filling up fast!
First event TODAY!
We’ve been working with the Grassmarket Community Project to bring science chats into their mix of community activities. Our first event is today and will continue weekly for 12 weeks.
Finally we would like to leave you with our fun science fact of the month:
There are 8 times as many atoms in a teaspoonful of water as there are teaspoonfuls of water in the Atlantic ocean
Go on… Google it.