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Adult Programming at Science North

NIGHTLIFE On the Rocks

NIGHTLIFE on the Rocks - Tinkering & Drinkering

Rediscover your science centre, all grown up. Hot topics, live experts & savvy science. It’s not your average place to play...

NIGHTLIFE on the Rocks is a series of nights just for adults. Enjoy an entertaining evening filled with creatures, cocktails and concoctions as you and your friends are dazzled by our hot topics, live experts, and savvy science. It’s a night out that you can’t find anywhere else. What are you waiting for?

We're talking REAL tools, REAL materials and REAL drinks! For all of you curious minds, do-it yourselfers and master makers out there, this event is for you. Not creative? Not a problem. Let us help you unleash your inner tinkerer! Bring a friend, grab a drink and enjoy the freedom to innovate, get your hands dirty, and listen to the sweet beats of Sudbury’s own Soundjack DJ Bassline Jack.

Drinks & hors d'oeuvres available to purchase using NIGHTLIFE Bucks.
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The details:
19+ event
Date: Friday, March 24, 2017
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Location: Science North
Price: Free for members
$15 for general public

*If a Nightlife event falls within the month of your birthday, your admission is FREE

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Science Café

Tuesday February 28, 2017
Diversity in Research: Are we there yet?

Diverse research groups have been shown to produce higher-impact research, and research with sample groups that reflect the diversity of the population is more robust. Despite this knowledge, the field of scientific research can sometimes feel like an inhospitable place to many people who don't see themselves reflected in the scientific workforce. Are we where we want to be in attracting and supporting a diverse scientific workforce? How can we ensure that underrepresented voices are heard? And what's the impact on individuals and the field of scientific research itself when we fail?

Panelists:

Joël Dickinson, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Laurentian University

Lynne Gouliquer, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Laurentian University

Theresa Nyabeze, P.Eng.,
Professional Mine Engineer and Member, Board of Directors, Women in Mining in Northern Ontario

Moderator:
Amy Henson, Staff Scientist, Science North
Date:
Tuesday February 28, 2017
7:00 p.m.
Location:
Laurentian University's Executive Learning Centre - 3rd floor Fraser Building, Sudbury, ON
In partnership with:
Laurentian University

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Explore Science Speaker Series

Thursday March 2, 2017
Who was Homo naledi?

Join Paleoartist John Gurche to explore the Homo naledi adventure from discovery, excavation, and analysis to figuring out what they looked like.

Plus get a sneak peek of our brand new UnEarthed exhibition before it opens to the public!

Speaker:
Paleoartist John Gurche
Date:
Thursday March 2, 2017
7:00 p.m.
Location:
Atlas Copco Theatre, Dynamic Earth
Cost:
$15 General Public
$13 For Members

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NOTE: Registered attendees must arrive by 6:45 pm. Registration does not guarantee entry. Seats left unfilled 10 minutes before event start will be given to standby attendees on a first-come, first-served basis.

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