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Science on Tap

Our 'Women in Science' event is taking place next Monday November 27th in Kennedys Pub at 7:30 pm where Dr Annie Curtis from the RCSI will tell us about Circadian Rhythms in Immunology; discover the link between your sleeping habits and health! We are also very lucky to have Dr Romina Charifou speaking about Nanoscience and Dr Sahar Alialy will tell us about her life in science-a pathway to physics and neuromorphics!

At 7 pm on Tuesday November 28th in the Liquor Rooms Dr. Stephen Dooley will speak about ammonia as a carbonless energy carrier in his talk 'Amoaning about Climate Change? Can a nitro energy be the answer?', followed by Dr. Stefan Hutzler, Physicist and foam expert, who will take us through the Science of the Pint itself! And why not have a pint or two while you're there? 

More information about these two events can be obtained from our facebook pages and website;
https://www.facebook.com/events/188912648348890/

https://www.facebook.com/events/536716096665209/

https://www.scienceontap.ie/ 

These events are free but tickets are required (due to limited capacity in the pubs). Tickets can be booked from the following links:

Science of the Pint Night (28th November):
https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/science-on-tap-at-the-liquor-rooms-science-of-the-pint-tickets-38471332792?aff=es2

Women in Science Night (27th November):
https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/science-on-tap-inaugural-festival-women-in-science-night-tickets-38471318750?aff=ehomecard

 

 

Night Course: The Geomagnetic Apocalypse

Space weather describes the dynamic conditions in Earth's outer space environment in the same way that weather refers to conditions in Earth's lower atmosphere. Whilst everyday space weather will not be noticeable to most people, a severe space weather event can significantly impact a multitude of vital ground- and space- based technologies and infrastructure on which we depend as part of our daily lives.

Dr Sophie Murray from the School of Physics will be explaining all about space weather on November 15th as part of the Science Gallery Night Course for the End of the World. Her talk will debunk the myths surrounding solar eruptions and geomagnetic storms, explaining what exactly space weather is: its origins at our Sun, potential impacts on Earth, and the steps we are taking to mitigate severe events. Tickets are available on the Science Gallery.

Get Tickets Here