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There are a couple of new meetups that have been added to our calendar. Be sure to check them out. Also, keep in mind our open seating policy, since many events are oversubscribed, but only a fraction of responders attend.
Fri, Oct 14, 6:30p
This is the first cultural event on our calendar in a while and an opportunity for you to attend an art opening that includes works by Atlanta Science Tavern speaker and author Tony Martin while taking in the Darwin exhibit at the Fernbank Natural History Museum during a festive evening of Martinis and IMAX.
Wed, Nov 9, 7:00p
It turns out that there are ways to transfer biological information that don't involve DNA. Join us for this November installment of our Rathskeller at Java Vino as Emory neuroscience graduate student, Savannah Johnson, tells us more about this fascinating topic.
Wed, Sep 14, 7:00p
This is one of those meetups that is way oversubscribed, so please update your RSVP if your plans have changed. It will be an open discussion of David Eagleman's new book with some light facilitation. (Due to a scheduling conflict, David will not be able to Skype in to join us.) I'll be sending out an email with links to articles for those who haven't had a chance to finish "Incognito".
Thu, Sep 15, 6:30p
This is the next-to-last Botanical Garden Science Cafe of the season, featuring absinthe as the "evolutionary cocktail". Note, because of increased demand, the Science Cafe has been moved to Day Hall, which opens onto the Cox Courtyard and the Chihuly glass sculpture fountain.
Later this month
Sat, Sep 24, 7:00p
October and beyond
Wed, Oct 12, 7:00p
Sat, Oct 22, 7:00p
Sat, Nov 19, 7:00p
Hope to see you soon!