Have you ever thought about how much scientific knowledge remains frozen in very complicated scientific papers?
Don’t you think that science could be way more accesible and FUN for everybody?
Well! The Cambridge “Pint of Science” does a great job communicating science in a very lively way. They bring together around 50 local artists that create an artwork related to the scientific talks held in pubs around the city of Cambridge, UK.
Last night, I had the chance to drink a pint at the Boathouse, discuss about climate change resilience in Quito , answer a pub quiz and present Wendy Bohme’s amazing art piece inspired by my work. It was a great experience! What a fun way to communicate science! Don’t you think 😉 ?
The festival takes place in over 100 cities in 12 countries around the world during the course of the three days, 23-25 May. Find some interesting facts about the history of Pint of Science here. Check it out!
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