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Cafe Sci in Guildford

Café Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology.

Where The Keystone
3 Portsmouth Road, 
Guildford, 
Surrey, 
GU2 4BL
t: + 44 (0)1483 575089
When 3rd Monday of the month, 7 for 7:30pm
Contact Kath Eleveld
Email drink@thekeystone.co.uk
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Link: Cafe Sci Guildford (@CafeSciGld) posted a photo on Twitter Mon, 20 Oct 2014 08:29:08 GMT
Tonight DO NOT MISS @TheKeystonePub #science #guildford #free http://t.co/EDCnZ5u79l (3 likes)

Page wall post by Cafe Scientifique Guildford Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:11:31 GMT
Great talk & wonderful debate tonight with @ChrisGStreet at @farnhamhumanist. Slides will go up on their website. Recommend checking it out (2 likes)

Page wall post by Cafe Scientifique Guildford Sun, 19 Oct 2014 10:05:35 GMT
Cafe Scientifique Guildford shared an event.Amoret shares talks orange beards and complex genitals! Favourite fact? The male flea has the most complicated genitalia of any animal. Is their a piece of pseudoscience you wish was true? To be able to solve a case within the hour (including ad breaks). What would your alternative career be? Forensic Anthropologist. Besides time or money what does your field need more of? Good developmental studies on our most common species of blowfly. What is you favourite insect and why? Fleas! Perfectly designed for their parasitic lifestyle. Also Calliphora vomitoria (bluebottle blowfly) – lovely orange beard and great name! Find or more this tomo night https://www.facebook.com/events/1466804750273638/ (3 likes, 2 comments)

Link: SPECIAL EVENT: Talk by Professor Alf Adams Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:30:18 GMT
Looks intriguing: Prof Alf Adams, lasers & semiconductors @GuildfordInst 04/11 (£). http://t.co/Pp5VCqRFNx (1 like)

Link: t.co Wed, 15 Oct 2014 18:45:14 GMT
Amoret’s Fav Fact: The male flea has the most complicated genitalia of any animal. https://t.co/UEZTukXXD4

Link: Cafe Sci Guildford (@CafeSciGld) posted a photo on Twitter Mon, 13 Oct 2014 11:21:17 GMT
Super excited for next week. Amoret Whitaker shares her world of crime scene insects @TheKeystonePub http://t.co/IaRH8vQKcp (2 likes)

Link: Cafe Sci Guildford (@CafeSciGld) posted a photo on Twitter Sun, 12 Oct 2014 07:11:11 GMT
Check out the ginger #beard on Calliphora vomitoria! One of Amoret’s favourite insects. Meet him 20th Oct #entomology http://t.co/pXmo2xPEnU (1 like)

Page wall post by Cafe Scientifique Guildford Sat, 11 Oct 2014 07:00:00 GMT
Cafe Scientifique Guildford shared an event.Amoret shares some insights into the weird and wonderful world of forensic entomology (1/2) Could you briefly describe one of your experiments for us? Two years after Milly Dowler’s body was found, I was asked to try and find insect evidence at the deposition site. This got me thinking about how long empty puparia can remain intact and therefore be of forensic use. So I buried 1000’s of empty puparia in my father’s garden in Hampshire, and over a period of six years, dug them up every few weeks. I found that they remained intact and identifiable up to about 3.5 years later. Without too many spoilers what can we expect from the evening? Bodies and bugs! What is the last bit if dramatised science that made you roll your eyes or shout at the screen? Earthworms, cockroaches and post-feeding larvae crawling around on bodies. What are you working on *now*? Publishing papers from my PhD, and analysing data from the last 20 years of cases we’ve carried out at the NHM. Your worst job to date? Decomposing human cadavers in wheelie bins Find out more at the next event https://www.facebook.com/events/1466804750273638/ (2 likes)

Link: Cafe Sci Guildford (@CafeSciGld) posted a photo on Twitter Fri, 10 Oct 2014 10:32:08 GMT
Exactly http://t.co/dFitgMnVId


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