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Science Café


New for 2018: Science Café heads to the Happy Raven each month!
112 N 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraska

Free events for ages 21+ Cash bar available. Food available for purchase from the Gilded Swine.





Tuesday, June 26 | 6:30-8:00pm
Brain & Nature
with Anne R. Schutte, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and The Center for Brain, Biology, and Behavior.

Come take a virtual tour of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. What is the landscape of a world like when it is nearly 300 below zero Fahrenheit? The Cassini spacecraft showed us a world with such familiar things as lakes and sand dunes, but under conditions where the stones are solid ice and the rain is natural gas.
Tuesday, July 24 | 6:30-8:00pm
Saturn's Moon Titan: Familiar and Strange
with Rebecca Harbison, Assistant Professor of Practice, UNL Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Come take a virtual tour of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. What is the landscape of a world like when it is nearly 300 below zero Fahrenheit? The Cassini spacecraft showed us a world with such familiar things as lakes and sand dunes, but under conditions where the stones are solid ice and the rain is natural gas.
Tuesday, August 28 | 6:30-8:00pm
Humans and Robots
with Dr. Brittany A. Duncan, Assistant Professor, UNL Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Tuesday, September 25 | 6:30-8:00pm
What does the fox say about life in Lincoln?
with Kyle Dougherty and Liz VanWormer, UNL School of Natural Resources.

Join us to explore the distribution, diet, and health of red foxes in and around Lincoln.
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