Dirt cheap? Sifting through the rich microbial diversity of forest soil

Welcome back to another season of Life Science Café 10th anniversary edition. We are starting off strong with a Life Science Cafe alumna here to talk about her work! This month we are so excited to welcome back Dr. Lauren Alteio. She will be talking all about her research on microbial soil diversity and how important our microscopic companions can be!

Please join us in learning about her research on Thursday, February 24th at 6pm EST.Please register here.

The 10th anniversary extravaganza continues!

Welcome back to another great season of Life Science Cafe! This year as we are continuing to celebrate 10 years of Life Science Cafe we will be again bringing back some familiar faces from Life Science Cafe history. As well as finishing strong with a brand new Life Science Cafe event (Look out for an email on that soon!) 
Join us this season as we welcome some amazing speakers!

Put your feathers together: Life Science Cafe is back with another owl-some talk!

Continuing with our 10th anniversary theme is another Life Science Cafe alumnus here to talk about his work! This month we are so very thrilled to welcome back Dr. Aaron Grade. He will be talking all about his research on our feathered friends and how your backyard could be a haven or a landscape of fear for your local wildlife.

Please join us in learning about his research on Thursday November 18th at 6pm EST. Please register here.

April showers bring us our next cafe!

Hello everyone, 
We’re excited to welcome Dr. Elias Capello for our next Life Science Cafe of the season on this Thursday April 22nd at 6pm EST! Please register here. Hope to see you there!

Also, keep an eye out our for our last cafe of the season on May 20th with Dr. Raul Gonzalez-Pech where we’ll talk about the evolution of corals and their microbial friends! In the meantime, remember to keep your friends close, and your anenomes closer!

Let's talk about gender identity
Or both? The blurred lines between sex and gender have influenced many aspects of our society, science and culture-in good ways and in bad.
Biology resists categorization and gender identity is far more vast than what can be encompassed by a binary view. Join Dr. Elias Capello as they discuss the scientific and social definitions of sex and gender and how they impact your peers and you.