This month our speaker is Professor Peter Atkins, well renowned scientist and author of numerous chemistry textbooks and popular science books.
Peter Atkins’ most recent book (OUP) is “Conjuring the universe: the origins of the laws of nature”. In this talk he will explore why the universe behaves the way it does and argue that it is all down to a combination of indolence, anarchy and ignorance.
We are on the lookout for new volunteers to help organise, promote and run our SciBar nights and other events.
The Oxford Branch are currently looking for enthusiastic, dedicated volunteers to join their committee! This is a perfect opportunity to get involved in organising innovative and exciting events which engage the public with science. The Branch is looking for people who can commit to volunteering for 2 evenings per month. If you’re interested, please use the contact link below.
As well as running our SciBars, we have developed projects working closely with the local community in Oxford, including a recent project where we organised an activity day for refugee mothers and children.
If you’re interested in volunteering with the Oxford Branch, click here.
A conversation between a philosopher, a psychologist and a neuroscientist
To what extent what we perceive is real?How does experience affect our perception of the world? Dr Matthew Parrott, Prof Brian Rogers and Dr Kerry Walker are ready to take you for a captivating journey through perception, from philosophy to neuroscience! Come find out whether we are or not just a brain in a jar!
PhD and early-career scientists: We need you!
Come talk to a receptive audience for 20 minutes over a drink down the pub
We are looking speakers for our fun and informal PubhD
If you are interested sign up here!
For more information contact us!
Biomimetics is about bringing
nature’s technology to business,
but as commercial products
appear on the horizon, more skills
are quickly needed. In this case,
the journey moves from the Great
Barrier Reef to the Cambrian
fossils of the Canadian Rockies,
but finally to the boardrooms and
factories of commerce