Dr. Rémi Molinier, Visiting Assistant Professor in Mathematics at Kansas State University will be giving a lecture on "Mathematical Shapes in Nature", highlighting connections between mathematics, the arts and Nature. A reception will open the event at 6:30pm at the Fernbank Science Center.
European consulates in Atlanta, in partnership with the "Atlanta Science Tavern" organize regular scientific cafés. European consulate invites a scientist from their country to present a scientific subject, followed by a networking session after the presentation.
Atlanta Science Festival - Science Café lecture with Rémi Molinier on Mathematical shapes in Nature European Café des sciences Atlanta : Climate Change and Health Impacts
On the occasion of the "Climate Diplomacy Day", join us for a discussion with special guest, Dr. George Luber, Associate Director for Climate Change in the Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects at the National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who will share about the effects of severe climate change on health.
Café des sciences Atlanta - Exploring the promise and pitfalls of altering human cells - The BEINGS Summit
Please join us for sneak-preview of the upcoming BEINGS Summit (May 18-19, 2015), with guest speakers Paul Root Wolpe, Director, Center for Ethics (Emory University) and Jacques Galipeau, Director, Emory Personalized Immunotherapy Center (Emory University School of Medicine) to learn more about the upcoming summit and how you might participate.
Café des Sciences Atlanta with Nicole Cabrera - "Young Solar Systems in our own backyard"
This European Science Café took place on February 19 at the Alliance Française d’Atlanta with Nicole Cabrera, who gave a public lecture on the research of planets outside our solar system entitled: "Young Solar Systems in our own backyard"
Café des sciences Atlanta - Graphene & nano-electronics - January 23, 2014
The Office for Science & Technology (Atlanta’s section) invites you for a "café des sciences" with Claire Berger, director of research at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Visiting Research Scientist at Georgia Tech, who will give a lecture on "Graphene and nano-electronics, the potential of a one-atom thick carbon layer" on Thursday January 23, 2014.
‘Aquifers - and Scientists - Without Borders’, European Science Café
The next ‘European Science Café’ event will take place on May 07, 2013 at 5:30pm at the Alliance Française / German Cultural Center. Gerhard Schäfer, Professor at the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg (France), will talk about ‘Aquifers - and Scientists - Without Borders’.
2013, March 20 - European Science Café : “One Health : Humans and Animals, We are All in this Together”
The next ‘European Science Café’ event will take place on March 20, 2013 at 5:30pm at the Alliance Francaise and Goethe-Zentrum/German Cultural Center (Plaza Level, Colony Square Complex - 1197 Peachtree Street, NE - Atlanta, GA). Malcolm Bennett, Professor of Veterinary Pathology at the
School of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool will talk about "One Health: Humans and Non-human Animals, We are All in this Together".