I am a post-doctoral researcher currently carrying out an experiment in the Department of Psychology and I'm looking for participants. The study will involve playing a computer game that requires taking into account what another person can see or hear. It will take approximately 25 minutes and participants will be paid £3.50 in compensation for their time.
No hearing impairment
Normal or corrected-to normal vision
No current or historical diagnosis o...
Working on a startup or startup idea?
Founder.org, which helps student entrepreneurs via funding and mentorship, will help! Come to our panel and networking night at 6:00pm on February 18th to explore the first steps of startup creation with the help of Cambridge alums who just started their companies and Founder.org's CEO, Michael Baum. Snacks and drinks are included.
Sign up on Eventbrite now: https://goo.gl/ur2CGP
Volunteer at Family Science Day
Inspire children to enjoy science (and do some fun experiments...)
CHaOS is looking for volunteers to help out at "Crash, Bang, Squelch!" - a huge hands-on family science day on Saturday 12th March 2016 (the Saturday after lectures finish, at the New Museums Site). As part of the Cambridge Science Festival we'll be running experiments to explain the science behind everyday events to kids young and old, and we need scientists of all kinds (medics, engineers, natscis, compscis, mathmos,...
This week at the Union
Women's Public Speaking ? Tuesday 9th at 19:00
Sir Paul Nurse ?? Wednesday 10th at 19:00?
Debating Workshop ? Wednesday 10th at 19:00
Jiu Jitsu (self-defence) ? Wednesday 10th at 19:30. Tickets cost £4.50 for members and their guests, and £6.50 for non-members.
Comedy Debate: This House Believes that all you need is love ? ?Thursday 11th at 19:30
Zumba ? Friday 12th at 17:00. Tickets cost £2 for members and £5 for non-members.
Calvin Klein ? Friday 12th at 19:00.
Chemistry and Materials Undergrad Symposium
Calling all Part II and III chemists, physicists, engineers and
Applications for the inaugural Chemistry and Materials Science
Undergraduate Symposium are now OPEN!
Are you a budding researcher? On the verge of becoming the next Brian
Cox? Or David Attenborough? Have you been involved in an exciting
project? Have a passion for a niche scientific topic? Or, just enjoy
telling people about all of the amazing science-related facts that you