Interested in science, but hate the stuffy atmosphere of a college lecture hall? Want to learn more about the latest technology breakthroughs in normal English, minus the jargon? Then Café Scientifique Pittsburgh at Carnegie Science Center is the place to be!
Café Sci is THE place in Pittsburgh where anyone interested in science can get together in a really cool setting to discuss today's science issues with experts, and best of all... it's not a lecture! After a brief introduction by our monthly guest speaker, the evening is dedicated to informal discussion, eating, and drinking.
Dr. Andrew Zentner
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Pittsburgh
The Hubble Space Telescope captures breathtaking images, but what can we learn from them?
Dr. Andrew Zentner, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh will highlight some of the most influential Hubble observations and highlight their scientific significance.
"The Evolution of the Universe Revealed by Hubble" will focus on how these images:
Join us for this fascinating presentation, followed by a Q & A, in a fun, relaxed setting! Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Date: Monday, Nov. 19, 2012
Time: Doors open at 6 pm, and the program is 7 – 9 pm. Science Center doors close at 7:45 pm.
Location: Carnegie Science Center
Cash bar: Open until 8:30 pm
NOTE: RSVP by Thursday, Nov. 15, even if you are not ordering food. If you already reserved your spot, you do not need to do so again.
Menu: Pub-Style Delights at $8 each (includes tax and gratuity). Assorted sandwiches, wraps, and salads. All sandwiches are served with a small bag of chips or one piece of hand-held fruit. All salads are served with a roll and butter. Vegetarian options are available. Additional hand-held fruit or bag of chips is available at $1 each. House-made chili is available at $3 per bowl. Small cookies also are available at two for $1.
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