UA Science Cafes

Discover the fascinating science happening all around us at the UA Science Café Series, brought to you by UA Science. Science Cafés bring the community together with a U of A scientists and graduate students in a casual setting. You’ll learn about the latest research being conducted, get to know the faces behind the science, and have opportunities to ask questions and deepen your understanding. We have four separate café series at four different locations this spring, all with their own themes for fascinating science discussions. Come join the conversation!

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Please visit the links to the right to find information about each venue.  To view this Fall's Science Cafe Brochure, click here.

 

New! View our Youtube playlist of Magpie's and SaddleBrooke's talks from last year:


Locations and contact information:

  • Downtown Science Café at Magpie’s Gourmet Pizza, 605 N. 4th Ave., Tucson, AZ 85705
    (520) 628-1661, magpiespizza.com

Contact: Shipherd Reed, Operations & Communications Manager, (520) 621-4516

Series Title: The Science of Science Fiction

  • Science Café at Borderlands Brewing Co., 119 E. Toole Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701
    (520) 261-8773,  borderlandsbrewing.com

Contact: Nicole Fischer, PhD Candidate: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, (302) 545-9554

Series Title: Women on the Cutting Edge: Changing the Face of Environmental Research

  • Science Café at Tumamoc Hill, off West Anklam Rd., just west of North Silverbell Rd. tumamoc.arizona.edu

Contact: Cynthia Anson, Program Coordinator, (520) 629-9455

Series Title: The Tumamoc Hill Science Café Series

  • SaddleBrooke Science Café,Desert View Performing Arts Center, 39900 Clubhouse Drive, SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739
    (520) 825-2818, http://www.dvpac.net/

Contact: Barbara Kahn-Sales, Program Coordinator, (520) 621-4047

Series Title: Take a Byte out of Big Data
 

Science Field(s): Archaeology, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Entomology, Geology, History, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Physics, Psychology.

Cost: Free to the public, but seating is limited.  Reservations are required in advance for the Tumamoc Hill series.

Contact:  Erin Deely, UA Science Outreach, (520) 621-3374