The Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics is having a meet-up on Saturday, October 26th from 4:00 to 7:00pm at the Colonial Lanes/Cubs A.C. restaurant. We’ll be in the back room located down the short hallway past the bar.
Our special guest will be Dr. Eugene Manley, an engineer and biologist focusing on the intersection of biology and orthopaedics. Dr. Manley will talk about his PhD work where he analyzed cancer stem cells in lung cancer, as well as his current research on locating genes that control bone size as a potential target for preventing fracture risk later in life.
The first part of the event will be for general socializing and ordering refreshments. After which, there will be some announcements, and then we will start the conversation at approximately 4:30.
There is no fee for admission but small donations to cover the guest speaker's meal and beverages, as well as group expenses, are welcome.