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New European Science Café Series Sponsored, in Part, by the Atlanta Science Tavern

From: Marc M.
Sent on: Thursday, September 15, 2011 4:09 PM

The Atlanta Science Tavern is pleased to announce a new series of science cafés produced and sponsored by the consulates of the European Union located in Atlanta.

The first installment of the series, which is being called Science as an International Endeavor, will be held Wednesday, September 28 at the Alliance Française / German Cultural Center, located in the Colony Square complex in Midtown Atlanta, and will feature internationally recognized pharmacologist, John Caldwell, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, speaking on

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Please join us as early as 6:00 pm that evening for light refreshments. Professor Caldwell’s talk will begin at 6:30. Follow the above link to RSVP and for event details and parking arrangements.

This inaugural café will be hosted by the British Consulate General in Atlanta, which has worked with the consulates of France and Belgium here and with the Atlanta Science Tavern to develop this series. We are looking forward to the participation of other European consulates, including those of Germany, Ireland and Switzerland, in the near future.

These science cafés will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more not only about cutting edge scientific research, but also about the kinds of international collaborations that unite universities and research institutions in the southeastern United States with their counterparts throughout Europe.

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