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New Meetup: February Science Social

From: Justin S.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 12:58 PM
Announcing a new meetup for The San Antonio Science Caf?!

What: February Science Social

When: Tuesday, February 9,[masked]:00 PM

Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)

Explorers, Professionals, Facilitators, Experience Seekers, and Rechargers*, --

Have you read any interesting news articles lately about medical or scientific breakthroughs? Do you have questions about the physical nature of the universe, among other things? Do you enjoy relaxed conversation about a variety of topics?

The San Antonio Science Cafe invites you to join us at the February Science Social!

If you come to this event, you can expect to be exposed to several topics of discussion, not to be limited to:
- How is psychology a science?
- What exactly are all those chemicals doing in my shampoo (I've only figured out Sodium Lauryl Sulfate so far)?
- Is nuclear energy the best option for San Antonio?

An upcoming cafe will include a speaker on a yet-to-be-determined topic. For now, I hope you will enjoy this egalitarian meeting of the minds.

Location: TBD, perhaps Chris Madrid's or Bluestar Brewery (voice your opinion, it counts!)

If you are interested in attending please RSVP so that we can have room for everyone.

See you there!

Science on us,
Drinks on you.

* A recent article in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching categorized the motivations of participants in informal science learning settings as falling into these 5 groups. Which do you primarily belong to?

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