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Science Lush: 2014 Science Lovers Gift Guide (with a STEAM twist)

This is a cross-post with Sciren Tamara Krinsky’s blog ScienceLush. Christmas lights are up, menorah lights are flickering and far too many of us are scrambling for last minute gift ideas. If you’ve got a science lover on your hands, here are a few suggestions for STEM-related presents with an artsy, S’Lush-style twist. FOR THE …

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LIVE WEBCAST – Cameron Smith

Scirens.com is proud to partner with Perimeter Institute for a live webcast of Cameron Smith‘s free public lecture entitled “Interstellar Voyaging: An Evolutionary Transition” on Wed., Dec. 3 at 7:00 p.m. EST (4:00 p.m. PST).  The pre-talk video will begin at 6:45 p.m. EST. On December 3, Perimeter Institute will feature Dr. Cameron Smith discussing the biological and cultural …

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Scirens Event: EINSTEIN’S GIRL–Nov. 20

Join the Scirens for our first science entertainment event! Music, comedy, physics, and love collide in one tour-de-force performance coming Thursday, November 20 to Upstairs at Vitello’s in Studio City when our Sciren Gia Mora performs her critically acclaimed one-woman show, Einstein’s Girl. TICKETS $20 Reserve online or 818.769.0905 Combining jazz standards with standup comedy and original music, …

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Field Notes: GM at COPENHAGEN

The AxS Festival, in coordination with A Noise Within, presented a staged reading of playwright Michael Frayn’s Tony Award-winning play Copenhagen on September 29, 2014. In it, Neils Bohr, his wife Margrethe, and Bohr’s protégé Werner Heisenberg are condemned to recount the events of one day in 1941 standing in the purgatory of director Robertson Dean’s barren stage. …

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