Cafe Scientifique - Carbon Dioxide: doing something about it

Cafe Scientifique - Carbon Dioxide: doing something about it

An informal way to engage with the latest topics in science

Capturing and converting CO2 into useful solid products is the aim of our high profile and ambitious project, which has complex societal and financial impacts. Join us to discuss how the application of science and engineering can be used to manage change in the 21st century.

The University of Aberdeen's Cafe Scientifique Aberdeen City series takes place monthly in the Kino Bar at the Belmont Filmhouse. Sessions run from February through to October and are free to attend. No booking is required and places are allocated on a first-come basis. All the events are pitched at a very accessible level and give ample time for audience questions and discussion.

Paid parking is available at Harriet Street car park, AB10 1FR. Free parking (after 5pm) is available at the Denburn car park, Spa Street, AB25 1GR

*NEW VENUE - Kino Bar, Belmont Filmhouse*

Admission is FREE no booking required. 

Professor Fred Glassar, Department of Chemistry, University of Aberdeen
Hosted by
The University of Aberdeen
Belmont Filmhouse


Phone: 01224 273739