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Tony Butcher

Tony Butcher

Portsmouth Coordinator

The chance to become the Coordinator for Portsmouth's Pint of Science event is a great opportunity. We have a fantastic team of enthusiastic organisers working hard to make sure the event is a huge hit, so please join us, get involved and let's make this the best year yet!

Chryssa Brown

Chryssa Brown

Web Manager

Geographer, photographer and keen traveller by nature, I love how every day can bring new opportunities to discover, learn and explore. Pint of Science is a great opportunity to do just this, so please join us in May for some wonderfully sciencey themes in the best venue of all: pubs!

Emily Roberts

Emily Roberts

Publicity Officer

Science is really important, so let's share it with anyone who will listen!

Miquel Banchs-Pique

Miquel Banchs-Pique

Planet Earth Team Member

To make the world a better place, we need to understand science and collectively change the system. Let's do the science part here.

Alice Caulfield

Alice Caulfield

Our Bodies Event Leader

I am an MRes student at the University of Portsmouth, interested in the role of axon guidance molecules. Pint of Science is a fantastic opportunity to introduce the public to the current wealth of scientific research (and to have a few school night pints)!

Than Chavalwan

Than Chavalwan

Our Bodies Team Member

I am a PhD student in Molecular Microbiology at School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth. Science is not just for scientists. It is everywhere around us. Being a part of this team will give me an opportunity to share it with anyone who is interested.

Craig Collie

Craig Collie

Beautiful Mind Event Leader

Pint of Science is an exciting event and not just because of the refreshments! Discussions about science are great and sharing this with a wider audience is an amazing thing. I’m excited to lead the Beautiful Minds theme this year and help bring this vibrant area of research to a pub near you!

Lucie Cook

Lucie Cook

Beautiful Mind Team Member

As a PhD student in Victorian Literature, it's fair to say I'm not the most scientific member of the team. However, Pint of Science makes research accessible to a wider - and not necessarily scientific! - audience. I'm really excited to hear about all the extraordinary research going on!

Emma Hart

Emma Hart

Planet Earth Event Leader

I have recently completed my PhD in Geology at the University of Portsmouth and love all things science. It is great to be able to showcase some of the exciting research we do here at the university with our local community!

Luke Hauser

Luke Hauser

Planet Earth Team Member

I am a PhD student within the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and as a palaeontologist, I am fascinated by life and ways it adapted to ancient environments. My love of science means I often try to get involved in outreach events to help inspire the next generation.

Gemma Lawson

Gemma Lawson

Planet Earth Team Member

I am an MRes Geoscience student interested in the ways that scientific research can deepen our understanding of the dynamic planet and innovate new ideas & concepts. Research has never been so exciting, so grab a pint and learn more!

Tom McDonald

Tom McDonald

Planet Earth Team Member

I'm studying an MRes in freshwater science, specialising in environmental chemistry and riverine ecosystems. What can be better than mixing academic passion with a good old fashioned pint? I believe in raising awareness on important scientific issues and I am excited to be part of this years event!

Ione Pidgeon

Ione Pidgeon

Our Bodies Event Leader

I am an MRes student in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Portsmouth, looking at the translational control of RXR and it's role in the clearance of Aβ in Alzheimer's Disease. I am looking forward to hearing the latest research in Science.

Rachael Roberts

Rachael Roberts

Our Bodies Event Leader

This is my second year being involved in Pint of Science, after such a successful event last year. I enjoyed learning about all of the different aspects of the human body and the outreach to the wider community was so rewarding. I look forward to expanding these themes to more people this year!

Derry Taylor

Derry Taylor

Beautiful Mind Team Member

For over 1500 years, people have congregated in pubs to discuss shared interests. As a PhD student in comparative psychology, I’m interested in the evolution of behavior and cognition. At Pint of Science, I hope to continue this tradition by sharing interesting research in this field with you!