Pint of Science Norwich goes online to bring the stars behind the latest research to your screens at home
- Live shows on YouTube with talks on everything from ALGAE to BREAST CANCER
- Norwich to join 35 locations across the country taking part in this global festival from 17–20 May
- 12 local scientists to appear in online evening shows with more sharing their work on Twitter
- Free to view, register at https://pintofscience.co.uk/organisation/norwich
The Pint of Science festival brings scientists and their research to you! The festival has grown astronomically since its inception in 2013, and 2021 will see a mixture of events happening during the week of 17th May across 30 countries. Each night will provide a unique line up of talks, demonstrations and live experiments.
The UK’s Pint of Science Festival will take place online from Monday 17 May to Thursday 20 May 2021, with LIVE shows and a virtual sci-art exhibition, Creative Reactions. Each evening we will be streaming live to the Pint of Science UK YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/pintofscience) at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm (UK time) from over 35 locations across the country.
All shows are free to watch, and with nearly 70 live shows you are sure to find something which quenches your thirst for knowledge! Details of all the shows can be found at https://pintofscience.co.uk/events/online with an interactive booklet to help you navigate the full programme https://pintofscience.co.uk/pint21.
In Norwich, researchers from the University of East Anglia, Quadram Institute and Cefas will be speaking at three evening shows: 7-8pm, UK time on Monday 17th, Tuesday 18th and Thursday 20th May 2021. Tickets are free and registration is available on the Pint of Science website at: https://pintofscience.co.uk/organisation/norwich.
The three shows in Norwich are:
- Our Priceless Oceans - 17th May at 7pm, UK Time
- Sleeping Synapses: Building Brains in Bed -18th May at 7pm, UK Time
- Let’s Talk about Breast Health - 20th May at 7pm, UK Time
In addition to the live shows on YouTube, Norwich scientists will be sharing their research on Twitter using videos, drawings, gifs and photos posted under the hashtag #Pint21Norwich. This will be another great chance to ask questions and gain an insight into the people behind the research.