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Suds & Science

An Evening of Thinking and Drinking

Suds & Science
Suds & Science
Suds & Science at  Callahan’s Pub & Brewery
Suds & Science at Callahan’s Pub & Brewery

It’s not a scientific mystery that learning is more fun when you’re drinking with friends and colleagues. And thus, the idea for Suds & Science was born: bimonthly events that bring scientists face-to-face with the general public in a neighborhood bar. The evening begins with a 15- to 20-minute fun-yet-informative presentation, which kicks off an extended discussion between the scientist and the audience—all while the audience drinks along. You can learn about everything from the science of beer to superhero physics to the genius of genomes. All of that for the price of a beverage! Suds & Science puts the fun and spirit(s) back into science.


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!!! CANCELLED !!!

It is with regret that we have to cancel tonight’s Suds & Science event “Operation Fat: New Developments in Combating Obesity & Diabetes”.

The presentation will be re-scheduled and we will post the new date and info as soon as they are available.

Thank you for your understanding.

The Fleet Science Center

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Location: Tower 13, 2633 South Coast Highway 101, Cardiff-by-the-Sea.
Date: July 14
Time: 6:30-8p.m.
Topic: Operation Fat: New Developments in Combating Obesity and Diabetes

Join Dr. Jerrold Olefsky, assistant dean of scientific affairs and distinguished professor of medicine at UC San Diego, as he discusses his latest research, which reveals new insights into the origins of diabetes and the future of treatment and prevention.


Location: To Be Announced
Date: SEPTEMBER 8
Time: 6:30-8p.m.
Topic: Origins of Autism


Eventbrite - Suds &  Science - Origins of Autism


 Join Dr. Eric Courchesne, director of the Autism Center of Excellence at UC San Diego, as he shares new evidence confirming that autism begins during pregnancy. Courchesne’s latest groundbreaking research utilized almost 1,000 scans of infants and toddlers with autism—thanks to a new local program called One Year Well Baby Check Up, which collects these images.