Wednesday, January 16, 2013

January Science Cafe: Tuesday, January 22, 7pm: John Tarduno (UofR): Expeditions to the High Arctic: A glimpse of a world without ice



Hello everyone,

We want to welcome everyone to join us at the upcoming Spring 2013
season of the Rochester Science Cafe. Our first talk wil be next
Tuesday, January 22, 7pm in our usual location at the Pittsford Plaza
Barnes and Noble. The speaker will be Prof. John Tarduno from the
UofR, speaking about:


Expeditions to the High Arctic: A glimpse of a world without ice


John A. Tarduno is Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Earth
and Environmental Sciences and the Department of Physics & Astronomy at
the University of Rochester. He is a recipient of a John Simon
Guggenheim Fellowship and is a fellow of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science, the American Geophysical Union and the
Geological Society of America. In addition to expedition work in the
Arctic, Professor Tarduno has conducted research in the Sahara,
southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand and India, and at sea in the
Pacific Ocean.


Cafes will continue through May, held on the fourth Tuesday of every
month. We hope to see everyone there.

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