History of Science Meetup Groups

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Louisville Science Cafés are live—and lively—events that feature an engaging conversation with a professional scientist about a current science topic. Because our events take place in casual settings such as pubs, and are open to everyone, each café

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Science Enthusiasts
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The Persians, the Germans, and the Greeks all debated issues sober and while drinking their favorite intoxicating beverage. In Plato’s Symposium, great minds gathered around to drink and engage in intellectual discussion, becoming more animated and f

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Intellectual Drinkers
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This book club is for individuals who enjoy reading non-fiction books about science. You do not have to be a scientist! The discussions around these books will be fun and informative. I started this group because I am a professor of chemistry who lov

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science fans
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Are you open minded and curious? Do you like new ideas that could rock the world? This group will explore buried patents, inventions, inventors, and concepts that have been rejected by the 'high priests' of science not because they don't work, but be

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August 19, 2014

Are you open minded and curious? Do you like new ideas that could rock the world? This group will explore buried patents, inventions, inventors, and concepts that have been rejected by the 'high priests' of science not because they don't work, but be

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Energetic People
August 6, 2014

This book club is for individuals who enjoy reading non-fiction books about science. You do not have to be a scientist! The discussions around these books will be fun and informative. I started this group because I am a professor of chemistry who lov

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science fans
November 30, 2011

Louisville Science Cafés are live—and lively—events that feature an engaging conversation with a professional scientist about a current science topic. Because our events take place in casual settings such as pubs, and are open to everyone, each café

247
Science Enthusiasts
October 10, 2011

The Persians, the Germans, and the Greeks all debated issues sober and while drinking their favorite intoxicating beverage. In Plato’s Symposium, great minds gathered around to drink and engage in intellectual discussion, becoming more animated and f

72
Intellectual Drinkers
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