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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

New Hampshire has become Science Cafe central: Three of them are in full swing

I wonder if New Hampshire has the nation's highest per-capita number of active Science Cafes? Three of them are holding monthly sessions this spring: I Just got an update on Science Pubs (perhaps a more accurate title than Cafe) at Salt Hill, in Lebanon, sponsored by Dartmouth. Here's the website.

Their next event is March 28, about invasive species in the forests.

Tonight (March 6), Science Cafe Seacoast, a UNH-overseen program, is having their monthly discussion about sustainable cities. And in two weeks (March 20) its Nashua's turn, with our cafe about mosquito-borne diseases.

The website Sciencecafenh.org has some info about all three on this page. I suspect that site, established for the Nashua event, will probably become more of a statewide portal for the whole movement.