Whether it is a traditional seminar, film night, or hands on activity, Café Scientifique at Ustinov College brings science from the lab into the café. Unlike the usual public lecture, participants actively take part in an open discussion after each event. We hope to help everyone appreciate that science literacy is critical to a healthy society. In other words, our work is to democratize science!
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By Giorgio Manzoni It was a freezing night in December but the cold was not enough to stop the intrepid members of the Café Scientifique team and over 30 followers who decided to go and admire the amazing shiny “Stars of Durham”. The cloudy and rainy weather of the held off, leaving clear and dark
By Pen-Yuan Hsing and Emine Gurbuz According to Stuart Corbridge, the Vice-Chancellor of Durham University, he has “been constantly impressed by the outstanding quality of research produced at the University”. However, this research is often locked up in an “ivory tower” and isolated from the local community. Over the past few years, PhD student and
On Friday 1st of December (the start of the real Christmas countdown) local school children and their parents were invited to join the GCP to create Christmas crafts with LOTS of glitter. They came along to make Christmas cards and decorations provided with a bit of inspiration from festive tunes and pinterest crafts. The
Reposted on 30th April 2017 from the_ustinovian By Diego Astorga De Ita Have you ever wondered what those sparkly dots up there are? Or rather, do you ever look at them? There’s something to them. They charm us. They feature in poems and songs across the world. We dream of cruising through them. But still, when was the
Reposted from 30th June 2017 by the_ustinovian Pen-Yuan Hsing, Ustinov Global Citizenship Programme – Café Scientifique Last Monday (19 June 2017), four members of the Ustinov Global Citizenship Programme helped lead science outreach activities at the Belmont Community School Science Evening. As a Café Scientifique team member, I’m happy to have been part of that group and we are