January Teen Café Scientifique

by Reporter / Jan 05, 2016 / comments

January Teen Café Scientifique

What is Café Scientifique New Mexico?

Café Scientifique New Mexico is a free, fun way for teens to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Stimulating conversations with scientists, engineers, and inventors take place in an informal and relaxed setting. Free food is served!

The program is run by teens for teens at central locations in Española/Pojoaque, Los Alamos, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque. It was inspired by the adult Café Scientifique programs that have become popular throughout the world.

This month's Teen Café is on Wednesday, January 13th at Northern New Mexico College in Room Ad 100-101. David Gilroy from Taos High School will be presenting,The World's Largest Trout: A Mongolian Expedition. All teens are welcome to come enjoy free hands on learning experiences as well as free food. 
 
Café Scientifique has some other great Cafés lined up for the rest of this year as well:
Imelda Atencio- Principles of Light and Optics Feb 10, 2016
Nina Lanza- Life on Mars Mar 30, 2016
Nicole Jeffery- Crystals, currents and Climate Mar 2, 2016