Monday, April 23rd

Technology And Conspiracy Theories In The 21st Century

Science on Tap is back to serve up compelling talks on all things science alongside a generous helping of all things beer. For our Spring Festival, we’re kicking things off with a hefty dose of future shock. Colin Keogh (mechanical and energy engineer) will be on stage to give his talk, Every-man Einstein: How open innovation allows you to solve the worlds biggest issues, while David Grimes (physicist and science communicator) is set to follow things up with his talk, Paranoia For The People, The Rise of Conspiracy Theories In The 21st Century.

Tickets are free but limited. Book yours here.

Tuesday, April 24th

Got Beef? The Future Of Food

Food is the theme of Science on Tap’s second Spring Festival event. Cian O’Leary (Lecturer, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) is set to deliver the first course of a massive two course meal with his talk, Bioengineering The Potential For Building Organs, Medicines And… Burgers? Make sure to save some room though, Ciara Beausang will be wrapping things up with her compelling talk, Food that never leaves the farm: The harsh reality of food waste. Sounds like you’ll need to order yourself a basket of chicken goujons. They might be about to disappear…

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