Free Making Stuff Science Cafe

January 10, 2011 by  
Filed under Attractions

Invisibility cloaks, a pill with a built-in camera to take video of your insides, clothes that can tell your mood…  Sounds like sci-fi, but this is the stuff of our very real future, or in some cases, the stuff of the present already!

KNME is hosting a free Making Stuff Science Café  event and discussion on the morning of Saturday January 29 exploring developments in material science.

The Science Café will show the program Making Stuff from NOVA scienceNOW by PBS, and an expert local speaker will lead the discussion about material science in a cafe style atmosphere.

Science Cafes audiences are usually adults (popular with professors and teachers, scientists, and those with no science background but a keen interest in science research in New Mexico) and the cafes are open to those aged 12 years and up.

The Making Stuff Science Cafe takes off its invisibility cloak:

  • When:  Saturday, January 29, 2011
  • Time:  10 am to noon
  • Where:  KNME Studios, 1130 University Blvd. NE
  • Recommended for adults with an interest in science research and minimum age 12+
  • Cost:  FREE! Reservations required as these events fill fast.

RSVP to the Making Stuff Science Cafe by contacting Rose Poston, (505) 277-2396 or email for a reservation. Seats are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. 



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