omplete QPORIT: SCIENCE ENTERTAINMENT

Monday, January 30, 2006

 

SCIENCE ENTERTAINMENT


There are several very interesting and very popular programs devoted to "science entertainment" in the New York area.
(NOTE: THESE PROGRAMS ARE OFTEN OVER-SUBSCRIBED. IT'S BEST TO MAKE A RESERVATION EARLY AND ARRIVE EARLY!)

The
CUNY Graduate center program (led by Dr. Brian Schwartz and Adrienne Klein) includes robots dancing and a look at the history and craft of the Stradivarius violin.

At the Cornelia Street Cafe, Nobel Laureate (chemistry) Roald Hoffman's program includes a look at Darwin, with guest Jonathon Weiner, author of The Beak of the Finch (a great book about a research program observing evolution occuring in "real time" in birds at the Galapagos Islands),

AT THE CUNY GRADUATE CENTER

AT THE CORNELIA STREET CAFE


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