Pint of Science Ostend - OUR BODY: the sea and me

May 22 2019 @ 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flander Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) organizes three sessions of Pint of Science in its hometown Ostend (Belgium). On each of the three evenings of 20, 21 and 22 May, two marine scientists are invited to a bar in the neighborhood to inform the public about the latest news about their research. And all this in a casual, cozy atmosphere.

  • Monday 20 May: OUR SOCIETY - the sea of the past
  • Tuesday 21 May: PLANET EARTH - a sea of live
  • Wednesday 22 May: OUR BODY - the sea and me
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  • Learn more about the sea and our connection to it!
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