Postdoc Science Cafe

In collaboration with Webster's Cafe downtown, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs has created a science cafe, where postdocs and assistant research professors from all disciplines get an opportunity to present their research to general audience. The cafe is at 4:00 p.m. on Thursdays, once a month, with two presenters, with a short 15 minute talk each, followed by Q&A with the audience.


Upcoming Science Cafes

- Weston Eaton, postdoctoral scholar in Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education, presenting "Water for Agriculture: Creating an Engaged Approach to Water For & From Agriculture"
- Kristen Brochu, postdoctoral scholar in Entomology, presenting "Fair-weather Frenemies: the complex relationship between bees and plants"

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Past Science Cafes

- Michelle Tomczyk, postdoctoral scholar in Physics, presenting "The Future is Quantum: How today's quantum science might become tomorrow's quantum technology"
- Anna Madra, postdoctoral scholar in Civil and Environmental Engineering, presenting "A 3D view into the world of high-performance materials"

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- Jessica Gaby, postdoctoral scholar in Food Sciences, presenting "Invisible Influence: how body odor affects social interactions"
- Xiao-Guang Yang, Assistant Research Professor in Mechanical and Nucelar Engineering, presenting "The Development of All Climate Vehicles"

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