The art and science of working with glass: Tue 21 Feb 2017, Anglia Ruskin Students' Union Bar
We are very pleased to announce the return of our Café Scientifique series of informal speaker-led discussions.
For the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology.
Following the success of our well-attended New Year's Curry, our social calendar is continuing to grow for 2017 and February's event will be a Café Scientifique session on glass working. The union bar will be open throughout the event, serving drinks and snacks.
Visit the event page for details and to book for FREE online.
CSES President's Dinner, Thursday 20 April 2017, 7.00 for 7.30 pm, The Warren Golf & Country Club
We are pleased to welcome members and their guests to our 2017 President's Dinner. Book now for what promises to be an excellent evening!
We have a great menu and after-dinner speaker, Linda O'Halloran, who will talk about her fascinating experience conducting disaster recovery in Haiti following the earthquake.
Please see the event page for more details and to download the booking form.
Forum discusses an innovative future for Essex
CSES facilitates event on challenges and opportunities of ageing population
The first in a series of discussions on how to address some of the challenges facing an ageing population within Essex, supported by Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society, has taken place.
Led by the Essex Partnership Board in conjunction with Anglia Ruskin and Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society, the event on 6 December 2016 welcomed public service commissioners, academics, businesspeople, experts and partners to discuss innovative new ideas around Essex's ageing population.
Watch the video of the event here (requires Flash player).
Thank you to everyone who made the My Smarter Essex event on 6 October 2016 such a fantastic success.
Poll results from My Smarter Essex
Photos from My Smarter Essex
The level of interest, enthusiasm and engagement from all parties (especially the student audience) was overwhelming and we now have a vast wealth of comments, questions and issues to pore over!
In the coming months we will discuss the big issues that face us as we move towards a smarter Essex. In the meantime, we'd like to answer some of the more specific questions submitted during the presentations:
Follow the links or read on for answers...