Can you explain your research in the pub?
PubhD (from “Pub” + “PhD”) is monthly event that started up in Nottingham on January 22, 2014. The basic idea originated from the question: “Do you think we could persuade local PhD students to come and tell us what they do if we buy them a pint?”.
At each event, three researchers*, from any academic discipline, explain their work to an audience in a pub in exchange for a pint or two. The talks are at a “pub level” – the idea is that you don’t have to be an academic to understand the talks.
For other cities, check out the PubhD Locations page to find a PubhD near you.
We are also on Twitter: @_PubhD.
*PhD, EngD and EdD students, lecturers/professors, post-docs, etc. Basically, anyone doing research that they’d like to talk about!
Created by Kash Farooq and Regan Naughton.
See also “Introducing PubhD“.Follow @kashfarooq Follow @MrRegars Follow @_PubhD
PubhD logo by Barbara Griffin.