“You Are Not Your Eating Disorder:
The Neuroscience of Anorexia”
Science Night Live with the WOW
Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
World of Wonders Science Museum
2 North Sacramento Street, Lodi
FREE TO ATTEND
Wine/beer cash bar and food truck on site

Join your host Nick Gray, Education Director at the WOW, for an evening learning experience in Lodi!  This month’s speaker is Erica Johnstone, a psychology researcher and member of the speakers bureau for Stop Stigma Sacramento.  As always, Science Night Live has a cash bar for beer and wine purchases and a food truck for dinner and snacks, so you won’t go thirsty or hungry throughout the evening.

Contact the museum for directions and more information at 209.368.0969 or nick[at]wowsciencemuseum[dot]org.


110916_haudenschild“Osteoarthritis – What is it and can we do something about it?”
Davis Science Café
Wednesday, November 9th, 2016
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
G Street WunderBar
228 G St, Davis, California 95616
FREE TO ATTEND
Complimentary soft drinks courtesy UCD Department of Math and Physical Sciences

Each month, Professor Jared Shaw with the UC Davis Department of Chemistry hosts the Davis Science Café, featuring scientists who are studying some of today’s cutting edge topics. This month’s guest is Professor Dominik Haudenschild from the UC Davis School of Medicine, who studies how early responses to joint injury can influence the development of osteoarthritis. Invite a friend, and get here early to grab a seat at G Street Wunderbar. Let’s drink to science!

Contact Professor Jared Shaw more information, at jtshaw@ucdavis.edu or www.facebook.com/groups/davissciencecafe.


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“Deep sea dives and antarctic geology
Sacramento Science Distilled
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Old Ironsides
1901 10th St. Sacramento
21+ event, FREE TO ATTEND

Come to Sacramento’s Science Distilled series! You’ll hear a short, idea-centered talk from a local expert in the sciences. After the talk, we’ll have a lively discussion that brings science into context for everyday life.

November’s topic- Deep sea dives and antarctic geology.

Our speakers will be Dr. Amy Wagner of CSUS and Dr. Steve Skinner of CSUS. Dr. Wagner studies the skeletal material of reef corals, which can reveal prehistoric oceanographic and climate information, and offer valuable comparisons to present-day ocean and climate conditions. Dr. Skinner studies rock samples from Antarctica to understand changes to the earth’s magnetic fields. He looks particularly at the Cretaceous period (before the mass extinction of the dinosaurs).

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/577985195707383/

Learn more about science cafés in the Capital Region at www.capscicomm.org/local-science-cafes.

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