Brandeis Café Science Opens Tonight

Brandeis scientists have started a Science Cafe, to discuss contemporary research in the life sciences, physics, chemistry and related fields.  The Cafe provides a way for non-scientists at Brandeis, and for residents of Waltham and surrounding communities, to learn about science from Brandeis’ accomplished scientists.  It is also a way for life scientists to learn something about physics and vice versa!

The Cafe will be held 6-7 PM the first Monday of every month at the Elephant Walk in Waltham at 663 Main St  (with parking nearby at the Common St garage).  The first speaker is Greg Petsko (Biochemistry) who will speak about “Drugs for Neurologic Disorders”  on April 2 (tonight).  $10 admission gets you a drink and a talk.

See story at boston.com.

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