Harvard Science Café April 2017

Talks: Keith Krenek, John Ahrens, Zoe Todd
MC: Chani Nava, Munazza Alam, Ian Weaver
Location:The Tosteson Medical Education Center (TMEC), Harvard University

Picture Credit: Sebastian Gomez

Yale Science Café April 2017

Talks: Veronica Galvin, Sarah Millholland, and Yana Bebieva
MC: Sharif Kronemer
Location: Kroon Hall, Yale University

Picture Credit: Dandan Ji

 

Open Labs Science Café at Columbia, May. 21st, 2016

Talks: Ethan McCurdy, Cait Williamson, Rachel Clary
MC: Darryl Seligman and Sharif Kronemer
Location: Pupin Hall, Columbia University

 

 

Open Labs Science Café at Princeton, May. 21st, 2016

Talks: Aida Behmard, Matt Grobis, Becca Napolitano, Justine Atkins
MC: Aida Behmard and Matt Grobis
Location: Lewis Library, Princeton University

 

Open Labs Science Cafe at Yale, April 10, 2016

Talks: Charles Brown, Molly Gale, Andrew Barentine  
MC: Zlatko Minev, Darryl Seligman, Diane Y
Picture Credit: Brooke Russell
Location: Kroon Hall, Yale University

Open Labs Science Café at PENN, Mar. 12th, 2016

Talks: Aurora MacRae-Crear, Boyang Qin, Lee Dietterich and Jordyn Feingold  
MC: Zlatko Minev and Darryl Seligman
Videos: See the video page.
Location: Houston Hall, University of Pennsylvania


Open Labs Science Café with Pathways, Nov. 8th, 2015

Talks: Robin Canavan, Darryl Seligman, Sharif Kornemer
MC: Zlatko Minev
Videos: See the video page.
Location: Kroon Hall, Yale

Robin Canavan, graduate student in Geology & Geophysics, will help you Life on a Different Planet - The Secret Past of Our Own Earth. You might not even recognize our planet when it looked more like the ice planet Hoth in the Star Wars Universe.  Learn how scientists can unravel past climate information and how Earth might be headed back to resembling the tropical greenhouse world of the age of the dinosaurs. 

Darryl Seligman, graduate student in Astronomy, will talk about Stellar Astrophysics. The Sun is the only astrophysical object that directly impacts us, and its behavior profoundly influences our life on Earth.  Space weather and geomagnetic storms from solar eruptions such as flares and coronal mass ejections present high risk to power stations, GPS systems and satellites. Therefore, understanding mechanisms driving these eruptions and predicting space weather is one of the most compelling and societally relevant astrophysical goals.  There are many theories about how energy is transported from deep within the sun to the exterior. My talk is on research I have done on the relationship between the plasma and the magnetic fields in active regions.

Sharif Kronemer, graduate student in Biology & Biomedical Science, will talk about Consciousness - What is it and How do we define it? 

Photo credit: John Edmonds


Science Café with S.C.H.O.L.A.R., July 8th, 2014

Talks: Faustin Carter, Staff Sheehan, Monika Weber
MC: Zlatko Minev
Videos: See the video page.
Location: Jonathan Edwards College, Yale


Science Café with S.C.H.O.L.A.R., July 24th, 2013

Talks: Andres Munoz, Craig Holloway, Michael McHugh, Zlatko Minev, Julianne Thompsen
MC: Zlatko Minev
Videos: See the video page.
Location: Yale

Photo credit: Eric Jin


Science Café with S.C.H.O.L.A.R. July 3rd, 2013

Talks: Quing Yang, Michael McHugh, Zlatko Minev, Arvin Kakehani, Julianne Thompsen
MC: Zlatko Minev
Videos:
Location: Kroon Hall

Photo credit: Eric Jin