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New and Upcoming Events - February 6, 2012 Edition

From: Marc M.
Sent on: Monday, February 6, 2012 10:24 AM

Here are the meetups we have on our calendar, including a new “green” one just added for March. Please click on links to our site for details and to sign up. Remember, you can also follow us on our Facebook page and as @sciencetavern on Twitter.

See you at the Tavern and around town,

Wed, Mar 14, 7p
The Science of Creating Healthy, Beautiful Places NEW
Join us at Java Vino as our Science Rathskeller series takes an environmental turn as land planner and landscape architect (and Science Tavern member) Joan Piccalo tells us how the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Industry (AEC) can meet the challenge of buildings that meet both functional and human needs.

This week
Wednesday, 7p
The Space Elevator - The Future of Space Exploration Standing Room Only
The response to this space elevator talk by Science Tavern member Larry Phillips has been overwhelming, so expect a very crowded room. If you are attending, to help speed service for everyone, please consider placing your order in advance using the following online form.

Java Vino Box Dinner Pre-order Form


Later this month
Sat, Feb 25, 7p
Pharaoh’s Glass Works - Reconstructing the Glass Industry of Ancient Egypt
Annie Shanley, a doctoral student in the Art History Department at Emory University, will explore the vibrant glass industry that flourished in Egypt 3,500 years ago and tell us how we are using the archaeological remains of glass factories and the chemical composition of the objects themselves to reconstruct this ancient technology.


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