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Welcome to Science Café Merced!
Science Cafés are live—and lively
Science Cafés are events that take place in casual settings such as pubs and coffeehouses, are open to everyone, and feature an engaging conversation with a scientist about a particular topic.
Science Cafés represent a grassroots movement. They exist all over the world and can vary from place to place. Venues range from a local library or coffee house to a neighborhood bar. Even the names of Science Cafés vary, including Science on Tap, Science Pub, Ask a Scientist, and Café Sci.
Science Café Merced
These events are open to all members of the public. Come by, grab a drink, and bring your questions!
Meeting location: Coffee Bandits, 309 W Main Street, Merced, CA 95340
General Meeting Time: 7:00PM to 8:00PM (unless otherwise specified)
Many thanks to the event sponsors, Grad Students Services, the UC Merced Sigma Xi chapter, and the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory.
Photos thanks to Sierra Nevada Research Institute (Armando Quintero, Andrew Martinez, Erin Stacy, Michelle Gilmore).
Armando Quintero (Executive Director of UC Merced's SNRI) Dr. Clarissa Nobile (Assistant Professor of Molecular And Cell
introduces the Science Cafe guest speaker, August 2015. Biology) explains how Biofilm affect industries and personal
health, August 2015.
PICA (The Service Dog) Listens intently to the Biofilms talk. Holly Swift (UC Merced PhD candidate, Dawson Lab) illustrates
the way her study jellyfish move in the water, January 2014.
Local researcher? Scientist? Engineer? Health Professional? If you are interested in being a discussion leader, please contact Erin: email@example.com.