Jan 01 1970
Science Café: “How many ways can you confuse people?”
January 01, 1970 - January 01, 1970 • The Barn at Reynolda Village
“How many ways can you confuse people?: Presenting scientific information to individuals with a limited science background”
The art and science of science communication will be addressed in the context of research projects designed to communicate complex scientific knowledge to individuals who have very limited knowledge about science.
Joanne C. Sandberg, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine
Science Café events will be held in The Barn at Reynolda Village. Silo Restaurant, Mei Wei Dumplings, Penny Path Café and Village Tavern are great choices in Reynolda Village for dinner before the lecture. You are welcome to bring in dinner as well. Please contact the Education Office for more information.
Science Café is an international movement that brings people together for an evening discussion about science. Scientists make a short presentation about their work and then encourage participants to join the conversation. These events, which are co-sponsored with Kaleideum North, begin at 7:00 p.m. Free and open to the public. No registration is required. Teachers receive a certificate of attendance for CEU.