Pint of Science

University of Bristol scientists will trade the lecture hall for the local pub and sharing their expertise at the Pint of Science festival this month.

Now in its 12th year, Pint of Science aims to make scientific research accessible to members of the public.

Bristol will host 12 events across four venues between Monday 13 May and Wednesday 15 May. Each event costs £5 and the evening concludes with a science-themed pub quiz where Bristol goes head-to-head against other cities taking part in the Pint of Science festival across the UK.

The venues involves are Wiper and True in Old Market, The Eldon House in Clifton, The Greenbank in Bellevue Road, and the St Phillips Taproom of Left Hand Giant.To see more details on the events and book tickets, visit

The first Pint of Science festival took place in just three cities. It quickly took off around the world and now happens in nearly 500 cities.Pint of Science is a non-profit organisation organised by a grass-root community of thousands of volunteers from science, research and academia.