Monday, Nov 27th

Women in Science Night

Science on Tap kicks off its inaugural festival with two exciting talks from women in science. Discover deep connections between your sleeping habits and health with Annie Curtis’ intriguing lecture on Circadian Rhythms in Immunology: It’s about time! Our body clock in health and disease. Then, after a quick trip to the bar, take a bold step into the future as Romina Charifou talks about the compelling field of Nanoscience, and listen to Sahar Alialy as she takes about her life in science: A pathway to physics and neuromorphics.

Tickets are free but limited. Book yours here.

Tuesday, Nov 28th

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Flu

Order the kids a basket of chicken goujons and get yourself a beer. Science on Tap’s second night opens up with our first family-friendly event: Something old, Something new, Something Borrowed, Something Flu.

Geologist Patrick Orr will be digging up his most engaging talk – Tracks, trails and poop: reconstructing the activities of ancient animals. While Derek Doherty will be reminding everybody to wash their hands as gives his talk – HIV infection on Tap.

Again, tickets are free but limited. Book yours here.