Friday 29 August 2008

Crawl of London Science Pubs

Last night I attended the most interestingly themed pub-crawl I have ever been on. It was a science crawl of London pubs.

The pub crawl was held in association with the inaugural science blogging conference, Science Blogging 2008: London, hosted by Nature Network, in collaboration with the Royal Institution. The aim of the conference is to bring together science bloggers from around the world to discuss the pressing issues in science, science communication, publishing and education. What role does blogging play? I am going tomorrow, so come and say hi!

We went to four different pubs, starting with the Jeremy Bentham, then moving to the Museum Tavern, the Ben Crouch Tavern and the John Snow.

Our tour guide for the evening was Londonphile and editor of the Nature Network, Matt Brown. On this week's podcast, I chatted to Matt about the four pubs we attended. A few other science bloggers also pop up in the podcast, and they are:

Listen here:


  1. Congrats! - first sighted podcast from #sciblog - Science Blogging Conference in London.

    Nice work, keep audio coming during and after the event - much appreciated from down under.

    Fang - Mike Seyfang

  2. Well done for managing to combine both booze and broadcasting!
    I'm glad my contribution was the knowledge of where the cheapest beer in London is :)

  3. Top notch work Marc. Excellent quality. Shame we didn't get a chance to speak at the Conference.

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