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“Popping the ​Science ​Bubble”: Conversations w/ Cal Scientists | Berkeley

Every third Tuesday of the month

Join in for a conversation with scientists from Cal. Ever wonder what the scientists at Cal are up to? Now is your chance to find out during a thrilling series of short lectures on cutting-edge research.

With new guest lecturers each month, come learn about interesting discoveries and science related issues that affect your everyday lives.

Popping the ​Science ​Bubble
Every 3rd Tuesday | 5:30 to 7:00 pm
Berkeley Public Library, 1st Floor, Common, Berkeley
FREE

Please note, this event now happens every 3rd Tuesday, and not every 2nd Tuesday as was previously listed.

Tuesday, July 21

“Popping the ​Science ​Bubble”: Conversations w/ Cal Scientists | Berkeley
Tuesday, July 21 – 5:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Berkeley Public Library (Central Branch)
"Popping the ​Science ​Bubble": Conversations w/ Cal Scientists | Berkeley

Join in for a conversation with scientists from Cal. Ever wonder what the scientists at Cal are up to? Now is your chance to find out during a thrilling series of short lectures on cutting-edge research. With new guest lecturers each month, come learn about ...Monthly

Tuesday, August 18

“Popping the ​Science ​Bubble”: Conversations w/ Cal Scientists | Berkeley
Tuesday, August 18 – 5:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Berkeley Public Library (Central Branch)
"Popping the ​Science ​Bubble": Conversations w/ Cal Scientists | Berkeley

Join in for a conversation with scientists from Cal. Ever wonder what the scientists at Cal are up to? Now is your chance to find out during a thrilling series of short lectures on cutting-edge research. With new guest lecturers each month, come learn about ...Monthly


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This event is scheduled every third Tuesday of the month:
Please be aware that recurring events like this may occasionally be cancelled or postponed by the promoter - especially on holidays. We always suggest you contact the promoter or venue to confirm for a particular day.

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