This event takes place at Pure Bar, Waterloo Street, Birmingham B2 5TJ. Join us for the first Café Scientifique of 2018 as we welcome Simon Pearce-Hughes and Jinendra Ekanayake to explore the topic of the brain. 

Simon Pearce-Hughes is neuroscientist and business person focused on the field of neuromodulation. Jinendra Ekanayake is an academic neurosurgeon from the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London with a special interest in the brain computer interface. They will be presenting jointly on advances in the connected fields of brain computer interface and neuromodulation, and the future of this exciting field. 

Café Scientifique takes place at Pure Bar. Located downstairs, the room has seating for 50 and capacity for up to 70 people. Food and drink can be ordered from the dedicated bar. The room can only be accessed from the main bar stairs. 

Café Scientifique is a programme of informal science talks with time for Q & A and debate built in. With no prior knowledge needed, the events are a chance to socialise, relax and enjoy learning about contemporary research.