Pint of Science in Grenoble

Yesterday I attended an event organised by a non-profit (Pint of Science) that attempts to make science more engaging, accessible and fun for everyone. To that end, the event was held in a Scottish bar in central Grenoble, which made for a very relaxed and inviting atmosphere!

There were two talks - one given by a PhD student, and one by a professor at Université Grenoble Alpes - about the scientific principles of medical imaging. They also gave an insight into the disadvantages of current methods, and what research is currently being done to address them.

Like all good science events, it included a quiz!

You can learn more about the organisation here:


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