Free to attend and all are welcome, just come along on the night!
The next Science Cafe will take place on Tuesday 7th February, 7.30pm, The Gate Arts Centre, Roath, CF24 3JW
“Pan Glam!” – Aircraft Engineering at Glamorgan.
James Collington, Aircraft Maintenance Training Co-ordinator, Faculty of Advanced Technology, University of Glamorgan
James Collington will discuss the logistics of bringing a full sized plane to the University of Glamorgan to train students working towards Licensed Aircraft Engineers status. Come and find out more about how aircraft engineers keep our planes flying high!
Free to attend and all are welcome, just come along on the night.
…a Pythagorean Cabaret Neuroscientist and standup comedian Dr. Dean Burnett hosts a one off night of science and entertainment featuring:
• Research Engineer & Presenter of Pythagoras’ Trousers, Rhys Phillips
• Astronomer, Chris North
• Science Junkie, Huw James
• Guitar Physicist, Mark Lewney
• Systems Engineer & Escapologist, Jon Holt
• Science Rapper, John Chase
• Junior Doctor & Comedian, David Steele
Prepare yourself to be educated and entertained as you hear about what happens when aeroplanes are struck by lightning, the night’s sky, the science of extreme sports, the science of music, using modelling to make Houdini’s stunts safe, science rapping and what the cutest animal is (scientifically speaking). Brought to you by the team behind the IET’s science and technology podcast, Pythagoras’ Trousers, this lineup comes together for one night only and is not to be missed! For more information, please see the Pythagoras’ Trousers website. To buy a ticket to this event, please click here (£5 in advance, £6 on the door).
COMIC SCIENCE – AN EVENING OF FUNNY SCIENCE AND SCIENTIFIC COMEDY!
Venue: Dempsey’s Irish Bar, Castle Street, Cardiff (upstairs)
Date: Tuesday 16th August 2011
Time: 7:30pm onwards
Pythagoras’ Trousers proudly presents a special evening of entertainment!
Hosted by Dr. Dean Burnett, this evening will feature great local talent in the form of comedians doing science and scientists doing comedy. It’s being recorded especially for broadcast on Radio Cardiff on the August Bank Holiday weekend and once again, we need an audience!
It would be great to see as many people there as possible so please join us for a guaranteed enjoyble evening!
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Rhys on 07796178219.