Nerd Nite is returning to London for the second time.
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For the second London Nerd Nite we’ve got the following great talks lined-up:
Beer Writer of the Year, Pete Brown, will be explaining why Beer is the Root Cause and Key Driver of Everything Good in Civilization. We’ll drink to that!
Stand up comedian Tom Webb, who you’re sure to recognise from Dave TV and as the face of Popbitch, is a singleton. His Dad has an MBE, which allows Tom to get married in St Paul’s Church. He just needs to find love first.
Dr. Caswell Barry hails from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. He studies rats’ brains for a living, using this knowledge to pick apart the human mind and develop an understanding of what makes us tick.
In his lucid presentation he’ll explain how an understanding of brain patterns can help scientists decode your dreams
Tickets on sale at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/225498
Nerd Nite comes to London!
Address: Nerd Nite, Paper Dress Vintage, 114-116 Curtain Rd, London, EC2A 3AH
Details : Wednesday 29 MAY 2013, Doors at 8 pm, tickets £6
Speaking at the inaugural May event we have:
Professor Kevin D Jones, Professor of Dependability and Security at City University London – The Internet is a Dangerous Place – could it kill you?
You know enough to explain to your grandpa that he can’t catch a virus from touching his computer, but did you know that there are many different kinds of attack in “cyber-space”? He’ll be explaining how groups from casual criminals through to terrorists can use the internet to do malicious things.
Bryony Frost gets people excited about all kinds of research for a living, she will be telling people how to – Build Your Own Universe (via the medium of LEGO)
You have probably heard parts of the story of the history of the universe. You have almost definitely played with LEGO. This presentation combines the two to mean that no matter what your level of understanding, there is sure to be something you have never seen before. And if not, then you can always build your own universe from scratch.
Recently voted by Newsweek one of 150 women who shake the world, Diana Nammi, will tell us – How to Lose a Revolution
What are the qualities you need to win a revolution – and what has to go wrong to lose one? Diana Nammi fought in the 1979 Iranian revolution, just unfortunately not on the side that ended up in power. She talks about the experiences of Iranian revolution, and factors that come into play when people try to overthrow a government.
All profits from the night will go to Diana’s charity Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation.
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Tickets are £6 from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/220995