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Public Engagement with Research

Research Café

Research Café
Research Café

Listen, sip, discuss.

The Research Café enables students, staff and the public to meet and discuss University of Southampton research in an informal space.  They are always free to attend with no need to register.

 

Save the date!

 

We're excited to announce that Research Café 40 will be a special online event to mark World Book Night on 23rd April, featuring

Philip Hoare talking about his new book Albert and The Whale.

 

Use the YouTube link below

Starts: Friday 23rd April at 7pm

Click here to set a reminder through our PERu YouTube Channel

 


 

For more Research Café information in general, please visit the Research Cafe Facebook group

What are the aims of the Research Café?

For Researchers who have volunteered to lead a discussion, you will get to practice explaining your research and may gain new insights and ideas. You will also receive a free Researchers' Café t-shirt!

For those attending (whether a researcher or not), this is an informal way to meet (other) researchers. Come along for a fun evening, learn and stretch your grey matter!

How does the Research Café work?

After time to grab a drink everyone will join one of the researchers who have prepared to talk about their subject area - there will usually be 3 presenting researchers at each event. On each table will be bullet point 'conversation starters' to prompt discussion or questions. Attendees are free to drop-in, switch tables or leave at any time.

The PERu lead for Research Cafe is Dr Tony Curran tcu@soton.ac.uk 

This 2 minute film provides an overview of the Research Café:

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