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Come to the Science Cafe, June 11, 2007
A group of local experts from Case and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History are "Taking Science to the Streets" this year and calling it the Science Cafe...bringing scientists, local experts, and the interested public together for free and open forums on the second Monday each month, 6-8 p.m.
Science Cafe also brings together science and beer, with the forums held at the Great Lakes Brewing Company Beer Cellar. Come for light appetizers (cash bar) and informal, lively discussions on science! These are open events—while RSVPs are not required, the Cafe limit is 30-40 people–come early to enjoy and ensure a place. (note: This event is held in the lower level, not wheelchair-accessible.)
Monday, June 11 Science Cafe:
"Google Earth and the Traveling Salesman: The Science of Global Information Systems (GIS)."
Ann Vander Schrier (Case, Manager GIS, Center for Statistics and Geospatial Data at the Kelvin Smith Library)
Dr. Mark Salling (CSU, College of Urban Affairs)
Science Cafe brings experts and scientists to public settings where all can casually share and discuss various fields of study.
Posted by Karen Oye on May 29, 2007 06:52 PM