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2018 Cambridge Science Festival In/Out/Under/Transform, presented by EMW Street
Please register for this FREE event https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-cambridge-science-festival-and-emw-street-bio-present-inoutundertransform-tickets-44552735431 Let's learn about food and then go out to eat afterwards, across the street to H Mart. ==== Celebrate the marvels of the microbiome as we follow bacteria through the human body and outside, featuring local startups and a community lab that are discovering novel ways in which the microbiome can make an impact on society. We will have a fun skit with a dancing component that allows for one-on-one discussions with the organizations and demonstrations of the research followed by an interactive breakout session that will explore how this research can better serve local and global communities. IN: GinkgoBioworks, a Boston-based biotech startup that creates fragrances and foods out of microbugs OUT: OpenBiome, America’s first non-profit public stool bank, based in Somerville, dedicated to expanding safe access to fecal microbiota transplantation for the treatment of C. difficile UNDER: Senseable Cities Underworlds Projects, an MIT project studying different species of bacteria, viruses and chemical compounds to help monitor urban health patterns, and its spinoff, Biobot Analytics, a Cambridge-based startup working directly with cities to transform their wastewater infrastructure into public health observatories to look at drug use, infectious disease and the microbiome. They are soon starting pilots in Cambridge, MA and Cary, NC. TRANSFORM: EMW Street Bio, a Cambridge community biology and design lab that created Biota Beats, a microbial record player that translate bacterial growth into new forms of sound This event is part of the 10 day 2018 Cambridge Science Festival. Please go to www.CambridgeScienceFestival.org to learn more!

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    Greater Boston offers enormous cultural opportunities to encounter everyday in our communities, work places, schools, and universities. This meetup group is to take advantage of such wide-ranging cultural environment and to explore our cultural diversity expressed in art, music, academic events, food, or just gather for fun to get to know each other with different cultural backgrounds. Anybody who is interested in exploring multi-cultural events happening in Boston and Cambridge are welcomed to join.

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