|Sent on:||Tuesday, September 6, 2011 12:10 PM|
First, thanks to everyone who attended any of our Science Track meetups at the Decatur Book Festival. The Atlanta Science Tavern presence there was a resounding success and a wonderful demonstration of how many people in the community at large share our enthusiasm for all things science!
Thu, Sep 15
This year's Science Cafe "evolution" series at the Garden continues with Eric Gaucher's discussion of the properties of the early earth and the types of ancient life that lived on the planet at that time. Arrive at 6:30 to learn about the history and biology of this month's evolutionary cocktail, absinthe. Eric's talk follows at 7:00. Please note: the location for the Science Cafe series has been changed to Day Hall.
Sat, Sep 10
Although this is not an official Science Tavern meetup, it should be a treat for many of our members. Maker Faire is a celebration of all things do-it-yourself - from robotics and electronics to arts and crafts. This is a family-friendly event that inspires creativity, promotes invention and brings makers together. It is free and open to the public and hosted on the Georgia Tech campus.
Upcoming in September
Wed, Sep 14
This is a discussion group for the book, "Incognito". Please note: David Eagleman, the author, will not be making a personal appearance. I am pursuing the possibility that David be able to join us via Skype, but looks to be a slim one.
Sat, Sep 24
Professor of History, Technology and Society at Georgia Tech, Kristie Macrakis, who specializes in the history of the science of espionage, will tell us how secret writing became a player in international intrigue.
October and Beyond
Wed, Oct 12
Sat, Oct 22
Sat, Nov 19
Hope to see you at the Tavern and around town!