Current The Cut Science Café

Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café Current The Cut Science Café

7pm–9pm, £4. The Cut Science Café provides an informal, friendly environment in which to discuss the latest ideas in science and technology, whilst enjoying a drink and delicious food from our licensed café, which will be open from 6.30pm.

Talks start at 7pm, the evening ends at 9pm. The sessions comprise an informal introduction; the talks and then a refreshment break, followed by the Q&A section. The dates for September, October and November 2018 are as noted below, together with a brief description of the topics. For more details check www.newcut.org or email us at info@newcut.org

Joint Replacement? New Approaches - Thursday 28 February

Joint replacement is something many of us will have had first or second hand knowledge/experience of. What does the future hold? Could joint re-growth be a possibility? We will hear from an eminent trauma and orthopaedic surgeon together with a renowned professor of Biomedical technology. Don’t miss your place on this joint [!] presentation.

Concussion & Brain Injury Support - Thursday 28 March

Neuroscience and Psychology come together to explore what happens when the human brain suffers trauma and what can be done about it. This fast moving exciting sector of scientific research will be discussed by two of our top academics in their respective fields. The knowledge you gain at this presentation could be invaluable, Book now!

It's s Knock Out! - Thursday 31st January

On the 31st January, at the Cut Science Café in Halesworth, we all enjoyed an exhilarating evening with Dr Daniel Broad and Dr Andreas Broadbeck, two respected anaesthetic consultants from the James Paget Hospital. Dr Broad provided a sweeping historical overview of anaesthesia, punctuated throughout with witty, amusing anecdotes. Dr Broadbeck gave an elegant review spanning the possible evolution of life forms once oxygen became present right through to modern day use of hyperbaric therapy. Both Dr Broadbeck and Dr Broad engaged with a wide range of pertinent questions from our packed audience in a lively and animated Q & A session. Very many thanks to all of our Cut Science cafe Team Volunteers, u3A for the PA system as well as Cut staff members Miles and Tracy. It was a fantastic way to open the 2019 Cut Science Cafe year, book early for 28 February on Joint replacements and new approaches.