Beams, gears and motors. Environmental challenges. How the leopard got it spots.
These and many other topics will be featured in this year's Cafe Science.
Join in the discussion with leading researchers in the field.
Events are open to everyone; both scientists and non-scientists alike!
All talks are from 6 to 7 p.m. on the first Monday of the month, at Solea in Waltham.
Spring 2015 Talks
Why trees are big, ants are small and cells are tiny
Jané Kondev, PhD
Professor of Physics
Sleep: Why you should, why you can't and what do fruit flies have to do with it
Leslie Griffith, MD, PhD
Professor of Biology and Director of the Volen National Center for Complex Systems
Biofuels: How to fly your F-22 Raptor on an orange peel
Daniel Oprian, PhD
Louis and Bessie Rosenfield Professor of Biochemistry
Building Buoyancy: How Does Pond Scum Float?
Judith Herzfeld, PhD
Professor of Biophysical Chemistry