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New and Upcoming Events - February 13, 2013 Edition

From: Marc M.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 12:50 PM

What better Valentine for our group of science lovers than a calendar chock full of science-related events? It’s like a box of science chocolates. Remember, you can follow us @sciencetavern on Twitter and on our Facebook page and that you can catch up with podcasts of select past meetups on our iTunes library.


Tue, Feb 19, 6:00p
Manipulating Light: From Design to Application
Join us for this Blended Research @ The Library panel discussion to learn how Georgia Tech researchers are synthesizing the materials that enable photonic devices (a combination of organic and inorganic nanomaterials) and fabricating the devices themselves, and see where these new devices are being applied.

Wed, Feb 20, 7:00p
Morals without God?
Join The Veritas Forum of Emory University for an in-depth conversation on evolution, morality, and religion between two experts, Professors Frans de Waal and Jeff Schloss. Note: they are expecting a full house for this event and priority seating will be given to Emory students.

Wed, Feb 27, 7:00p
"Origins of Biomolecules" at the University of Georgia
In this lecture, part of the Origins Lecture Series at UGA presented by the Division of Biological Sciences, Professor Claiborne Glover will explore the physical and chemical origins of biomolecules prior to the origin of life. Feel free to use the comment section on the meetup page to arrange for carpools and social activities.

Tue, Mar 12, 4:00p
The Search for Human “Fingerprints” in Observed Records of Climate Change
Benjamin Santer, geoscientist who shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for efforts to “build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change,” a member of the National Academy of Science and a MacArthur Fellow, will be the Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences Centennial Year Plummer Lecturer.

Next week
Wed, Feb 20, 7:00p
Optogenetics: Controlling Neurons and Manipulating Behavior with Light *
Optogenetics is a new technique that is fundamentally changing what is possible in the field of neuroscience. Join us at Java Vino to hear Emory graduate student Kenneth McCullough discuss this revolutionary technology. This talk is way oversubscribed. We’ll be looking into the possibility of a repeat performance.

Thu, Feb 21, 6:30p
I Like the Way You Move: Locomotion in Sharks, Skates and Rays - Science on Tap at the Georgia Aquarium $
In this talk at the Georgia Aquarium, Laura Macesic Ekstrom, a biologist at Wheaton College, will explore how these graceful animals navigate their environments and what we've gained from understanding their ways - from sharkskin swimsuits to stingray robots and more.

Sat, Feb 23, 7:00p
Bringing Solar Astronomy to 50,000 People a Year - A Fundraiser *
Believe it or not, thanks to Stephen Ramsden, Atlanta is home to the world's largest solar astronomy outreach program, the Charlie Bates Solar Astronomy Project. Come hear Stephen tell us about sharing the fiery, magnetized plasma structures on our nearest star with more than 50,000 adults and students with over 70 appearances each year and help support this worthwhile cause.

* Denotes an event which is an exclusive production of the Atlanta Science Tavern.
$ Indicates that an admission fee may be required for attendance.

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