Pint of Science festival is coming to Worcester for the very first time! Pint of Science is the world’s largest festival of public science talks and brings esteemed scientists down to their local pub to speak, answer questions and share knowledge. Organised in association with researchers from the University of Worcester, the theme for the 2019 festival is “What Next?” and academics from many varied disciplines will be answering this question.
Worcester joins over 300 cities across 24 countries who will be taking part in this global festival from 20 – 22 May. The festival will cover three Worcester venues including The Arch Rivals, Annie’s at The Courtyard and The Paul Pry.
Alice Burgin, a festival Organiser and PhD student at the University of Worcester’s Research School feels that ‘communicating science to the public is so important. Pint of Science offers a novel and engaging strategy to engage everyone and anyone with important and exciting research!’
Whilst every science evening during the festival is unique, each will include at least two experts presenting their research in engaging and through provoking ways.
Tickets are £4 each and are on sale at pintofscience.co.uk/events/Worcester. Don’t miss out!