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Citizen scientists, beer enthusiasts, curious minds, and party hoppers, you asked for it. Pub Science (first Fridays) and Trivia Night (Thursdays) are adult-only events for those 21 years and older who need a couple of well-earned hours of fun and don't mind occasional explosions or juicy conversation starters with their happy hour.
Pub Science: Got a thirst for science and a desire to drink a few Durango craft beers? You can always expect an interesting presentation and cold, all-local libations at this casual and creative monthly lecture series. No RSVP or tickets required - Pub Science is FREE for all. Doors open at 6 pm.
April 4: "Nanotechnology: Really Small, Really Cool," brought to you by Donitza Ivanovich, educator + Public Programs coordinator, and FLC's Women in Technology Club. Hands-on activities brought to you by NISEnetwork.
Do you want stain resistant pants, liquid body armor, an invisibility cloak, a water filter the size of a postage stamp, or a phone that charges using your heart beat? How would the world transform if we had a cure for cancer, could self-assemble body organs in minutes, or had an elevator to space? All of these ideas have become/are becoming a reality through nanotechnology. Learn about one of the fasted growing industries and science fields on the planet. We guarantee your life will be affected by nanotechnology in the future - join the conversation now!
May 2: Carl Darnell speaks about Chinook medical gearJune 6: Marc Masor presents “Gluten Allergy or Sensitivity, Tolerance or Intolerance?”