Tuesday, March 2



Secret Science Club is, in our opinion, a genius way to spend a Tuesday evening. Intelligent and super credible speakers talking to a bunch of beer-drinking normal folks about fairly obscure, but totally relevant topics in the scientific world. Perfect. Last month's discussion was given by a leading molecular biologist, Gregory Hannon, who spoke about his research with RNAi. To be honest, I followed what he was saying about 12% of the time... but it's a great way to spend a night at the bar. Check out the next one on March 9 at the Bell House in Gowanus. It's free!

1 comment:

Stephen said...

Hello! I'm thrilled that it hasn't taken you two as long as it did me to come round to the world as science can reveal it . . . here is an eight second video that, brilliantly, says it all: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOyP44Xu5FA&feature=related

May I recommend www.TED.com as well, tons of wonderful and inspiring talks on all manner of topics (not only science) at that site.