Welcome to the meetup space for the newly created Houston Super Secret Science Club - our goal is to create a cool, fun, sexy and illuminating monthly meetup focusing on Science and issues related to Science in and around Houston... This could range from meetups discussing everything from the pros/cons of Computer Technology to a debate on Evolution vs Creationism, to the Space Program. I'd like to make these meetups entertaining and interesting and anyone can join, you don't need a Phd, just some curiousity.
This is an an independent Science Cafe group Inspired by (BUT NOT AFFILIATED WITH) New York's world famous Secret Science Club and the Science Cafe movement (promoting science related activities throughout the world) we hope to hold regular meetings on cool and interesting scientific topics, along with arts, music, libations and poetry!!
Attention Science Lovers - Science is Awesome
6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX
Dr. Arnaud Desbiez, Giant Armadillo Researcher
Free event—but you must RSVP on the Houston Zoo events page linked below.
Paul H. (Assistant Organizer)
Lunar and Planetary Institute
3600 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX
Europa Report Dr. Britney Schmidt, Georgia Institute of Technology April 9, 2015
Cosmic Explorations: A Speaker Series
Needs a location
Coffee Oasis is a great spot to meet. You will find people playing chess, discussing a myriad of ideas, and you can BYOB. It would be a great place to meet and get to...
February 22 · 1:30 PM
Winter Science @ 1st UU: Dr. Winifred Hamilton on Environmental Health Paradoxes
Dr. Winifred Hamilton of Baylor College of Medicine's Environmental Health Service will give the annual science lecture at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston... Learn more
February 18 · 5:30 PM
Advances in Large Scale Energy Storage, Batteries, and Metal Extraction
Join the MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas, Society of Information Management (SIM) to hear Professor Donald Sadoway, John F. Elliot Professor of Material Chemistry, MIT... Learn more
February 12 · 8:15 PM
Celebrate Darwin's birthday
This is a Humanists of Houston event, so you would have to join over there to RSVP. (Sorry for that, but it does help when there's a venue of limited size.)
I've... Learn more
November 12, 2014 · 5:30 PM
MITEF Flagship Program: Advances in Weather and Climate Modeling
MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas Flagship Program on the Advances in Weather and Climate Modeling
Farmers and oil companies with offshore platforms know the importance of... Learn more
September 2, 2014 · 6:00 PM
Rice Science Cafe - Future of Artificial Intelligence
If machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 • 6:30 p.m.
Moshe Vardi, Ph.D.... Learn more
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