Next Science Café to focus on nematodes | Events
THOMAS COUNTY, GA - News release from Thomas University
Each month Thomas University’s Science Café features scientists discussing current topics in the world of science. March’s Science Café, “Sex in the Soil,” will dig into the world of C. elegans, a nematode, also known as a roundworm, that lives in temperate soil.
The speaker will be Dr. Art Edison, a biochemist with the University of Florida and the director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory for chemistry and biology. Edison’s current research focuses on the role pheromones play in the behavior of C. elegans.
The Science Café is open to learners of all ages and will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. March 27 in the Hawk’s Nest, located in the Campus Center at Thomas University.
Participants are welcome to come at 6 p.m. to enjoy having dinner with the presenter. Entrées are available for purchase from the Hawk’s Nest menu. The dinner special will be fresh salad greens topped with chicken salad for $5.