Grab a pint of science with our Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology researchers!

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Three ACE researchers showcase their research at the Pint of Science festival in Liverpool

The third Pint of Science festival returns to Liverpool for three days, featuring thousands of scientists introducing their work to the public across 300 cities in 24 countries.

Among them will be Ceren Kabukcu, Ardern Hulme-Beaman (both Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellows) and Sally Hoare (Postdoctoral Fellow), from the Department of Archaeology, Classics, and Egyptology.

'The fox knows many things, the hedgehog one big thing' (Archilochus)

Ardern will present his research on the fox and the long history of its relationship with humans. Ceren will ask 'How did we start farming?' - the how, why, and when of cereal domestication. Sally's talk is about fire and evolution.

Full program and booking details

You can find more details on all the talks on the Pint of Science website.


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