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Announcing: Science Cafe to produce our own event series once more!

From: Dr. Brian H.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 5:14 PM

Hello SoCal Science Cafe members,

My name is Brian, and I am one of your volunteer hosts here at The Science Cafe.  I'd like to announce the[masked] series of public Science Cafes, produced by us, to be held starting in the San Diego area and eventually throughout the entire SoCal region once again!

At Science Cafes, we meet in a very informal setting, such as a restaurant, bookstore, or coffeehouse (not a scary lecture hall or museum) and you can bring the whole family -- for FREE -- and see video and multimedia and hear a speaker talk about an exciting area of science and technology that touches all our lives.

At Science Cafes, you don't just sit in a boring classroom hearing some sleep-inducing lecture that you can't understand.  At our events, a science or technology specialist will wave their hands for 10-15 minutes about their topic -- in plain English -- and maybe present a video clip or something.  And then, for the rest of the event it's just a freeform, moderated Q&A conversation with the speaker, where those in attendance can get their questions answered and dialogue.

Our first new event in San Diego is Saturday, Sept 21 at 3PM, venue TBD this Friday, with Hari Muddana, a specialist in chemistry who will be explaining how video game technology can be used to design drugs in new ways, to lead to better treatments.  How cool is that?

Stay tuned for the announcement!

Brian

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