University of Pennsylvania

For high school students: Open Labs Science Café

Posted on November 27, 2017

Open Labs at Penn presents:

Open Labs Science Café
Saturday, December 2nd / 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Houston Hall, Ben Franklin Room
3417 Spruce St / Philadelphia, PA / 19104

Open Labs at Penn cordially invites you to:
• learn about cutting-edge science from awesome Penn graduate students
• discover ways to pursue careers in science and technology
• get a glimpse into the life of real scientists

Come join us for food, fun and learning at our Fall 2017 Open Labs Science Café!

Talk titles will include:
One Health: Physicians, Vets and Scientists Joining Forces to Fight Diseases (by Emily Knebel)
A Nose That Can Diagnose: Dog-inspired Gadgets for Disease Detection (by Delaine Burgos)
What’s It Like to Be Really Small?: A Tale About Electrons in Nano World (by Ravi Saxena)
It’s a Wrap: Unravelling the Story of DNA Compaction (by Melina Gyparaki)

RSVP Today!
Please, visit http://theopenlabs.org/penn and click on the RSVP link.
(parents and teachers are welcome to attend)

Further event details, parking information and a map can also be found on our website!

Questions?
Please, contact Elizabeth Hunter for more information:
ebeattie@seas.upenn.edu

Sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (GAPSA) at the University of Pennsylvania


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