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Science Cafe is back with our Fall Series! Check the sidebar to the right to see our complete Fall lineup. We hope to see you there!

 

Babbitt

In search of the genes that make us human, with Dr. Courtney Babbitt

Join us for our first event of the semester. We’ll be learning about human evolution and the genetics underlying some of our unique traits, such as the ability to drink milk into adulthood and our big brains we like to brag about so much.

Details: Monday September 8 from 6-7pm at Esselon Cafe in Hadley. All Science Cafes are free and open to the public.

Upcoming Cafes

September 8 - In search of the genes that make us human, with Dr. Courtney Babbitt

October 6 - Builders, farmers, and relationship cultivators: how ants are more like us than you think, with Scott Schneider

November 3 - A bat's guide to strange sex, with Dr. Teri Orr

December 8 - Bird brain: the science of learning songs, with Dr. Luke Remage-Healey

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