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Director & Founder
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.
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!
I am a Lecturer in Mathematics and Biology, based at the York Centre for Complex Systems Analysis, working on symmetries and/of/or viruses. I like interdisciplinarity, outreach 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 research scientist at Oxford University and I love talking about crazy scientific discoveries. When I’m not in the lab I’m cycling in the countryside. See you in the pub!
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 am a PhD student in the Geography and Earth Sciences Department at the University of Glasgow. My main interest is in volcanology and all its applications but I am particularly keen on outreach and sharing knowledge. If I'm passionate about something I want others to be inspired too!
A PhD researcher in neuroscience, I think about removing brains from heads more than your average zombie. Personal vices include: excessive coffee drinking, misguided culinary ventures & unsolicited sciencing.