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Join a jargon-free chat on STEM at the third edition of Start Talking Science

Have a chat with scientists from all walks of STEM about what they do — without feeling dumb.

The Chemical Heritage Foundation. (Photo by Flickr user @pmillera4, used under a Creative Commons license)
Haven’t you always wanted a safe space to ask science questions without sounding dumb?

For the third year in a row, Start Talking Science will showcase local researchers and scientists, who will attempt to turn hungry minds onto the supposed mysteries of STEM.
On Sept. 27, from 6-8 p.m. at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, scientists from all walks of STEM will present highlights of their research to the community, sans jargon. The goal is to increase public awareness of — and interest in — cool local research initiatives.

The event requires no registration and is free, thanks to sponsorship from Drexel University, the University of Pennsylvania, the Chemical Heritage Foundation and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Our friends at Geekadelphia have the full story.

Companies: Chemical Heritage Foundation / Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia / Drexel University / Rowan University / Temple University / University of Pennsylvania

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