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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.
Co-ordinator and Publicist
PhD student studying stem cells and hugely passionate about communicating science! I've always got my phone glued to my hand taking science out of the lab and sharing it with the public through social media because everyone needs to know how amazing science is!
I want to bring science out of the labs so everyone knows how amazing science is.
A second year PhD student looking at the neurodegeneration. Excited to communicate science to the wider public!
PhD student determining the mode of action of insecticides. I am an event manager of the Beautiful Mind Pint of Science. Our mind is what makes us human yet so little is known about its wonders. This festival enables scientists to unravel a piece of the brain mystery and I am very excited to be part...
Atoms to Galaxies Event Manager
Science is discovering new things about the world, engineering is making a world that doesn’t yet exist, and I think everyone should know that both are completely awesome!!
Atoms to Galaxies
Pint of Science is the best teacher, well informed about latest hour research and making complicated notions accessible to everyone! Oh right, and the lessons take place in pubs... what could be better? Love the concept and happy to be part of it this year!
Joe Roman Flores
Atoms to Galaxies
I am a PhD student at the University of Southampton, I work on how to convert experimental data into a mathematical framework while avoiding directly modelling physical principles. I am passionate about how every physical phenomenon from the planetary movements to the behaviour of atoms can be desc...
Third year PhD student investigating whether the immune system can be harnessed together with chemotherapy to provide new treatment options for children with neuroblastoma. As a self-confessed science nerd and ale connoisseur, the Pint of Science festival is right up my alley!
Hi, I'm a first year PhD within the field of Cancer Immunology. I've always believed in engaging the public with the great work that we do and I'm excited to bring this to life at PoS!
First year PhD student in Cancer immunology, looking at how we can manipulate the immune system to fight paediatric cancer. Excited to share 3 nights of good science with everyone!
Angela Bahamondes Dominguez
PhD student of oceanography, studying physical parameters in the atmosphere and in the ocean and their effect on phytoplankton growth in shelf seas. I always wanted to bring science outside labs and offices and Pint of Science is a great idea to do so, bringing the concept of have fun while learning...
A second year PhD working on physiology of phytoplankton communities across the oceans. Sharing a bit of knowledge and few pints sounds just fun!
First year PhD in Infection, Inflammation and Immunity. It's about time scientists brought their own research to the public and I want to be a part of it.
First year PhD student and is fascinated by the future of science! I’m very excited to be involved in a fun and interesting event communicating cutting-edge research to the public.
I hope to never stop learning and want to give everyone access to science. I am a Research Manager at the Human Understanding agency, Walnut and recently completed an MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Southampton
First PoS fest but not the first scientific event organising! Previous student in Geology at Univeristy of Debrecen (Hungary) then Oceanography at Uni of Soton. Start a full time job in land surveying 1st of February but willing to put most of my free time in this event to get the most out of it!
Antonio De Grazia
Tech Me Out
3rd year PhD student working with microfluidics and stem cells who always liked science and research. Thrilled to be part of Pint of Science and to help sharing cool stuff in an unconventional environment.
“I wish my parents could speak English, so they would finally understand what I do here.”
Tech Me Out Event
Science should be for everyone! I have attended Pint of Science every single year since I moved to Southampton for my PhD studies and find it one of the most brilliant Science outreach events. I am thrilled to be now part of the team that will bring science to local Southampton pubs.