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Co-Founder & Director
I am trained as a neuroscientist and used to research the brain. A whole variety of scientific research is happening across the world and I'm excited to be part of bringing it all together and showcasing it to people.
Whilst studying I loved the challenge of turning my research into a story that could be enjoyed by anyone, from my supervisor through to my grandma (both also enjoy a pint). Directing Pint of Science UK gives me the chance to bring thousands of science stories to pint-enthusiasts the world over!
I want to get Pint of Science to every city in the world and communicate science as it is- fun, fascinating and inspiring.
Head of Communications & Marketing
Neuroscientist by trade, beer drinker by nature. I now work at the Science Museum and think science is amazing and that everyone, especially non-scientists, needs to know!
Database & Website Manager
I am a post-doc at UCL researching liver disease. I want science research to be fun and accessible to everyone so am very happy to be a part of Pint of Science. Beyond science, my passion is horses and I am a regular volunteer at a charity riding centre in central London.
London Chapter Manager
A research scientist currently based in Germany, I've been working on tissue engineering various parts of eye. I've been involved with Pint of Science for a few years now & really enjoy it as it combines two of my favourite things - pubs and science!
London Chapter Manager
I am a post-doc working at the Institute of Ophthalmology and I am passionate about science advocacy and outreach. I love the pub and I love geeky science talk! Looking forward to this year’s event!
London Chapter Manager
I'm a PhD student in Chemical Engineering investigating green processes for the conversion of agricultural waste into value-added materials. I'm excited to be part of Pint of Science and strengthen the bridge between the scientific world and the society
I am a Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences at York St John University, designing Maths and Data Science degree programmes. I work on symmetries and/of/or viruses, using mathematical and computational techniques. I like interdisciplinarity, outreach, engagement and pubs!
Using geochemical techniques to research human health, I have discovered first-hand how fun and bizarre science can be! I am thrilled to be part of this festival again, which does a great job of getting novel ideas and technologies to the public eye.
As an EngD student, I love being part of a community that ranges from the sub-atomic to the entire universe. What I adore is that we get to highlight some of UCL’s findings over a cheeky pint (wine for me!) - big proponent of the idea that alcohol increases creativity!
A chemist and neuroscientist by training, through my experience I've become more interested in getting involved in different ways of communicating scientific research to a wider audience and I'm very excited to be part of this amazing festival again.
I am a PhD student studying meteorite impact craters. Interested in space and space exploration, and combining this with a passion for the outdoors by participating in analogue space missions, during which I pretend to be exploring another planet while in fact exploring our own.
I’m a third year PhD student studying breakdown of articular cartilage following injury, which often leads to osteoarthritis. Outside of lab I enjoy talking about science and seeing the world!
I’m a final year PhD student in geology, investigating the controls on properties of Carboniferous carbonate rock. Scientifically, I’m interested in all things natural history, otherwise I’ll be found knitting and/or reading Stephen King.
Neuroscience PhD Student with a passion for all things science. Love nature, running and sailing. So excited about being part of Pint of Science. Can't wait for all the events, hear all the interesting conversations and meet the guests and speakers.
I'm a PhD student looking into new liquid crystal display (LCD) technologies. I'm unsure if i'm a physicist or an engineer. You'll find me drinking craft beer at a local brewery tap, or skiing down the side of a snowy mountain (or realistically, a muddy hill). Science in a pub is a dream come true.
Working in clinical research by day - coordinating Pint of Science by night. I’ve been involved in the festival for 3 years now and I love it. The events are so enjoyable and you always learn something new.