Pint of Science Festival
The Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine is proudly supporting this year’s Pint of Science Festival.
The festival has been running since 2013, and gives academics the opportunity to present latest research findings with the public in accessible venues outside lecture theatres.
In previous years, the King’s Pint of Science events have attracted the highest number of attendees across the UK. So far, King’s has hosted sell-out events involving more than 40 academics, reaching a total audience of over 1,000 attendees.
There will be presenters from all across King’s including the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine and Health Faculties. These include:
Always the bridesmaid, never the bride: new imaging applications for old chemistry
Professor Alexander Hammers (Chair in PET Imaging/Head of PET Imaging Centre/Cons)
Dr Julia Blower (Research Associate)
Dr Colm McGinnity (Research Associate)
When: 19.00, 16 May
Protecting your health horoscope
Dr Robert Eckersley (Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering [Ultrasound])
Dr Lisa Story (King's Prize Fellow)
Dr Steven Niederer (Senior lecturer in Imaging Sciences and Biomedical Engineering)
When: 19.00,17 May
Food for thought – what can animals tells us about obesity?
Professor Lucilla Poston (Tommys Campaign, Professor of Maternal & Fetal Health, Division of Women's Health)
When: 18.30, 17 May
More info and to book go to the Pint of Science website.