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2013 February 26

Science Cafe in Santa Cruz

Filed under: Uncategorized — gasstationwithoutpumps @ 13:37
I  just got notice of  a new science-for-the-public event in Santa Cruz started by Women in Science and Engineering (I had seen a flier for it on campus yesterday, but didn’t know who was running it):
Please join us for “Science on Tap” next week, a new “science cafe.” Grab a beer or appetizer and join an informal discussion of recent science research!  Please also invite your family and friends!
Date/Time: Wednesday, Feb 27, 7–9 pm
Speaker:   Dr. Carrie Partch of Chemistry and Biochemistry 
Topic:      “Circadian Rhythms – A look at how the clock controls our physiology.” 
This event series, based on the Nova “science cafe” model, is designed to connect the Santa Cruz community to the latest research happening just up the hill at U.C. Santa Cruz, so we hope you will come and bring your family and friends!  
To find out more information, check out our SOT webpage at:
We’re so excited about this new event series that we worked with the university to write a press release and had an article in the Sentinel, plus we’re putting up flyers all over town!
Chemistry grad student Alicia Michael has joined the WiSE officers as coordinator and founder of this amazing new event!

Happy Friday!

Kristin McCully
Vice President, WiSE

It sounds like a fun event, but I don’t know whether I’ll have this Wednesday evening free to go.

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