Science Café

The Science Café is moving to Sundays with coffee, tea and a juice bar. This season's topic is the Science of Light in celebration of the International Year of Light and Light Technologies. Visit early and enjoy brunch at The Café at Linton's in the Garden, and come back at dusk to explore Bruce Munro: Light in the Garden.


Free with Garden Admission | Meet in Mershon Hall

CCHF

 

Second Sundays
May - October
2 p.m.

September 13

Topic
Using Polymers in Solar Cells

Speaker
Dr. Christine Luscombe, University of Washington, Seattle
Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Department and Molecular Engineering And Sciences Institute

October 11

Topic
Project Light-Bright: Lighting Up Cancer Detection Using Open-Source Biology

Speaker
Ryan Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Biology

May 10

Topic
Fantastic Plastics: Organic Materials for Electronics and Optical Communication

Speaker
Dr. Seth Marder, Georgia Institute of Technology
Regents Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

June 14

Topic
Bioluminescence

Speaker
Dr. David Gruber, Associate Professor of Biology City University of New York, Baruch College
Research Associate, Invertebrate Zoology American Museum of Natural History

July 12

Topic
Seeing the Light: Aspects of Photographic Light

Speaker
John Mariana, Mariana Photography

August 9

Topic
Being Seen and Unseen: What Organisms Can Teach Us About How to Manipulate Light

Speaker
Dr. Marc Weissburg, Georgia Institute of Technology
Professor, Environmental Science and Technology