Tuesday, October 19, 2010

October Cafe in a week; November Cafe announced

Hi everyone,
The Rochester Science Cafe is happy to announce the next two cafe
topics. They will be:

October 26: “Action video games as exemplary learning tools”

Dr. Daphne Bavelier
Professor Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Imaging Sciences
Associate Director Rochester Center for Brain Imaging
University of Rochester

and on November 30 (the FIFTH Tuesday in November, after Thanksgiving):

"Robots: What can we expect from them?"
Dr. Zack Butler
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, RIT
13-time participant and 9-time champion member of the US National Puzzle Team

Cafes will continue to take place at 7:00pm at the Pittsford Plaza
Barnes and Noble on Monroe Ave., in the Community room upstairs.
Meetings will be the fourth (or fifth) Thursday of the month, unless clearly
noted otherwise. We'll continue to provide refreshments thanks to an
outreach grant from NASA, as well as interpretation services for the
deaf and hearing-impaired.

If you know someone who would like to be on the mailing list,
encourage them to send an e-mail to me, and we'll put them on the
list, or subscribe to the following public Google Group:

http://groups.google.com/group/rochester-science-cafe

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