Upcoming events at Cafe Scientifique
Events start at 7.30pm – 9pm with doors open from 7.00pm
Tuesday 7 February
How well can you hang a picture frame? – Dr Sharon Docherty
Our environment is full of information that allows our brain to make decisions about whether or not we are in an upright position. How we interpret this upright position (vertical) is based on the combination of signals our brain receives from the visual (eyes) and vestibular (inner ear) systems as well as muscles and joints throughout our body (proprioception).
This talk will outline what we know about how vertical is perceived in different age groups and also how it can be affected by clinical conditions such as neck pain and diabetes.
Tuesday 7 March – To be announced
Tuesday 4 April
– Professor Dinusha Mendis will examine what implications 3D printing have on Intellectual Property
Tuesday 2 May
– Dr Argyro Karanasiou will tell us all about artificial intelligence and driver-less car