“Chasing Lizards in Paradise: Biodiversity and Conservation?”
Presented by: Kansas Citizens for Science, www.kcfs.org
Speaker: Dr. Bob Powell, Professor of Biology, Avila University
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Location: Coach’s Bar and Grill, 14893 Metcalf Avenue, in private room
Time: 7:00 PM
Come and hear about Dr. Powell’s pursuit of amphibians and reptiles, world-wide threats to these and other organisms, and whether we should care about biodiversity.
What is a Science Café? Science cafés feature a short talk to focus discussion followed by a conversational setting for the rest of the evening.
Goal for the Johnson County Science Café: To serve as casual setting for the exploration of scientific understanding by the public through conversation. Though some comments may be technical, the goal of the café is to present science in an understandable way to the average person.
Future meetings: Tuesday, February 9, Dr. Dick Wilson, Retired Professor of Biology, Rockhurst University, Science and Society—Is Science truth? Why does it take time for science findings to be accepted by society? Same location and time.
Questions: Contact Harry McDonald, email@example.com, 913-897-9630