Davis Science Café, June 11th: “Lactation”

The Davis Science Café series returns on June 11th at de Vere’s Irish Pub, with guest Bruce German, Director of the Foods for Health Institute at UC Davis:   As always, the events are free to the public. Science cafés and science pub nights are a growing movement in many cities, offering a more casual setting for scienceContinue reading “Davis Science Café, June 11th: “Lactation””

Meet Your New Colleagues: @CapSciComm networking social and science café, May 15th (Davis, CA)

                  We’re back with another Capital Science Communicators meetup — this time joining up with new friends and colleagues! Capital Science Communicators Networking Social Thursday, May 15, 2014 Science Café 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Networking Social 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. de Vere’s Irish Pub 217 E Street, Davis,Continue reading “Meet Your New Colleagues: @CapSciComm networking social and science café, May 15th (Davis, CA)”

Davis Science Café, April 9th: The Science Behind Oil Spill Response

The Davis Science Café series returns this month at de Vere’s Irish Pub with Judd Muskat, senior environmental specialist at the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW). OSPR is the state office charged with protecting California’s natural resources by preventing, preparing for, and responding to spills of oil and otherContinue reading “Davis Science Café, April 9th: The Science Behind Oil Spill Response”

Davis Science Café returns with “Balls and Springs and Quantum Things” on Jan. 15th

The Davis Science Café series returns this week with “Balls and Springs and Quantum Things” with guest Dean Tantillo, Professor of Chemistry at UC Davis: Science cafés and science pub nights are a growing movement in many cities, offering a more casual setting for science outreach and allowing interested public to directly converse with researchers. The DavisContinue reading “Davis Science Café returns with “Balls and Springs and Quantum Things” on Jan. 15th”

EVENTS: “Can a Video Game Cure Disease” – Davis Science Café on Nov 13th

(h/t CapSciComm colleague Brenda Dawson) “Can a Video Game Cure Disease? Re-engineering Natural Systems to Solve Today’s Problems” is the subject of the next Science Café in Davis. The gathering, at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Crepeville, 330 Third St. in downtown Davis, will feature a conversation with Justin Siegel, assistant professor of biochemistryContinue reading “EVENTS: “Can a Video Game Cure Disease” – Davis Science Café on Nov 13th”