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Check out these new and upcoming events at the Atlanta Science Tavern. Keep in mind, we are implementing a new open seating policy for our featured meetups. So, please update your RSVPs if cannot attend in order to help others in making their plans.
Wed, Oct 12, 7:00p NEW
Please join us for a fun, informative and highly interactive meetup, led by Spelman mathematics professor, Colm Mulcahy, as he tells us about the life and work the inimitable mathematician and puzzle-master Martin Gardner.
Sat, Oct 22, 7:00p NEW
The Science Tavern took you to the South Pole last summer looking for fossils. This fall we return to the Antarctic with Georgia Tech physicist Ignacio Taboada in search of exotic neutrino interactions.
Sat, Nov 19, 7:00p NEW
Evolutionary biologist Lee Dugatkin of the University of Louisville travels to Atlanta to tell us about this recent book in which he explores a particularly fascinating period in American history and in the history of scientific ideas.
Carapace, Atlanta's premier storytelling group, has science as their featured topic tomorrow night. Show up early to be sure to get a good seat.
Join us as Prasad Tetali of Georgia Tech shows us how mathematics can help catch kangaroos, rearrange genes and break ciphers. This meetup is oversubscribed, so please update your RSVP if you won't be attending.
Sep 3-4, Labor Day Weekend
Wed, Sep 14, 7:00p
Sat, Sep 24, 7:00p
Hope to see you at the Tavern and around town,