Friday, January 30, 2009

University of Toledo holds Saturday Morning Science Programs

The University of Toledo is holding a set of Saturday morning presentations to address common questions about science. This is a free event open to the public. Parking is free as well.

Here is the the snippet from their web site:
We will provide FREE light breakfast: coffee, milk, doughnuts... The event starts at 9:30 a.m. and runs until approximately 11:00 a.m.
Location: Bowman-Oddy Laboratories, Room 1059, University of Toledo main campus.
Parking: Lot 13 and west ramp parking garage, free to public (map).
Once more we will have local professors and researchers show you what science in general is all about. There will be tutorials, demos, hands-on activities, etc.. We promise it will be fun!!!

Jan. 31st:
Wind Farming: Making Energy is a Breeze
Kevin M. Maynard
Director of Utilities
City of Bowling Green, OH
Feb. 14th:
Flames, Flashes, and Foam: A Chemistry Demo Show
University of Toledo Student Affiliates of the American Chemical
Feb 28th:
Inflammation: Why is my Arm Turning Hot and Red?
Asst. Prof. Randall G. Worth
Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
University of Toledo
March 28th:
Fish: Choices and Issues for Consumers - The Good, the Bad,
and Maybe the Ugly
Prof. Joseph Regenstein
Dept. of Food Science
Cornell University
April 18th:
Aluminum: Its Early History in Ohio and How this Metal
Changed the World
Emeritus Prof. Norman Craig
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Oberlin College
Organized by Prof. Joseph Schmidt, (Chemistry)

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