Pint of Science 2018 - What on Earth?

14 May 2018, 7.00 PM - 14 May 2018, 10.00 PM

Hen & Chicken 210 North St, Bristol BS3 1JF

Find out what's more likely to choke you to death! If the volcano doesn't get you, the very air you breathe might... Learn about how likely it is for supervolcanos to explode and the mysteries of the Earth's atmosphere.

Apocalyptic volcanic super eruptions

Jonathan Rougier (Professor of Statistical Science) 
 @BristolUniMaths 
It turns out that "SUPERvolcano" eruptions are much more common than experts thought. Worried?! Find out whether you should be insuring yourself against the forthcoming apocalypse. Professor Rougier is an applied statistician in the School of Mathematics at the University of Bristol Cabot Institute.
 

Up, up and Away

Dudley Shallcross (Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry) 
 @pstt_whyhow 
Professor Dudley Shallcross is an atmospheric chemist at the University of Bristol Cabot Institute. His research involves looking at the unique layers of our atmosphere, including the effect of pollutants and global warming. Let us take you on a Journey through the clouds.
 

Tickets

Please note tickets are limited and cost £4. Please book yours online on the official Pint Of Science website.

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