Science Café Events in Sacramento Region for May 2017

"The Amphibian Extinction Crisis: What You Can Do About It" SCIENCE NIGHT LIVE with the WOW Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 6:00 – 7:30 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, … Continue reading Science Café Events in Sacramento Region for May 2017

April 8th Davis Science Café Ponders Pandemic Prevention

This April's Davis Science Café will ponder the science behind Ebola, disease discoveries, and pandemic preparedness! “Preventing Pandemics: The One Health Approach” Davis Science Café Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. City Hall Tavern 226 F Street, Davis, CA Free to attend Complimentary soft drinks courtesy UCD Department of Math and Physical Sciences … Continue reading April 8th Davis Science Café Ponders Pandemic Prevention

Lodi “Science Night Live” Café Sips Up Stunning Serpents On February 4th

Lodi’s “Science Night Live” science café series is slithering back this February with a heaping of herpetology! “Stunning Serpents and Celebrated Salientians: Studying Reptiles and Amphibians in NorCal” Science Night Live with the WOW Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. World of Wonders Science Museum 2 North Sacramento Street, Lodi Free to attend Food and … Continue reading Lodi “Science Night Live” Café Sips Up Stunning Serpents On February 4th

EVENT: #scicomm lecture “Connecting Ecological Knowledge with Cultural Context” on Nov. 12th (@SacState, CA)

CapSciComm colleague José G. González (@JoseBilingue) will be delivering a guest lecture on ecological science communication, as part of the Fall 2013 Geology-Ecology Colloquium series at Sacramento State University. Text from the email announcement: "Connecting Ecological Knowledge with Cultural Context" Ecology is literally "the study of home", and oftentimes, local communities and cultures have intimate … Continue reading EVENT: #scicomm lecture “Connecting Ecological Knowledge with Cultural Context” on Nov. 12th (@SacState, CA)