What is Open Mic Science?
"Open Mic Science" invites the community to an evening at The Treehouse Café on Bainbridge Island to explore ideas in all aspects of science and technology in an informal, social setting. Talks are held the first Monday of every month at 8 PM. Enjoy pizza and beer, and stay abreast of current knowledge. Open Mic Science, A Bainbridge Science Café, is based on the principles of Cafe Scientifique and is committed to the public understanding of science.
Intellectual curiosity required.
No specific science knowledge needed.
All talks are Free
When: 8pm on the first Monday of the month
Where: The Treehouse Cafe
4569 Lynwood Center Road NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Latest News 3/5/2014
On April 7, 2014, Dr. Tom Royer, Professor Emeritus at the University of Alaska and Old Dominion University in Virginia, will discuss information “On the potential disappearance of early Americans from coastal Alaska.” Recent studies suggest early Americans followed a “kelp highway” along the coast from Asia to South America. Their settlements along the Alaskan coastline near the continental shelf would have been subjected to massive flooding during the 100+ meters of sea level rise that occurred during post-Last Glacial Maximum melting. This rapid, massive increase in sea level could have destroyed these early Americans and records of this migratory pathway. Dr. Royer will present recent information concerning this component of the peopling of North America.
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