Citizen scientists! Come help monitor our local waterways and contribute to ecological research!
Check out the CCB at Independents' Day 2016!
Have you ever wondered how biology affects your sense of taste? This month, the Cap City Biohackers will host a food science event to tackle the biology of what we eat! From learning how to make healthy vegan cheeses (that tastes like the real thing) to tricking your tastebuds with miracle berries, prepare for a night full of tasting, learning, and having fun!
Come see Zach Friedman teach us about vegan cheese and Dave guide us through the miracle berry flavor experience!
Get your tickets below! We will have to limit the number of people so please purchase your tickets asap! Lick you later!
Where: Tatoheads Public House-1297 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH 43206
Calling all citizen scientists! Come out and join the OSU Stone Lab as we help them monitor local waterways.
We'll meet at Stone Lab on Kinnear Road at 5:30 to gather equipment, then carpool to the testing site off of Ackerman. You'll be wading in the stream so bring your boots or water shoes. And since it's summer in Ohio we recommend packing your sunscreen and bug spray! Upon arriving at the test site, we'll gather water samples and take water chemistry measurements. Then we'll use nets and pick up rocks to look for and log macro-invertebrates.
No experience is necessary! Even if you don't want to get wet, you can observe from the banks and help identify some macro-invertebrates.
Post any question or comments below and we'll see you on the 23rd!
Have you ever read a headline with a shocking health or science claim? Would you like to know how to tell the difference between bunk science and true facts? Check out our upcoming science & tech talk, "How to Spot Fake Science," to understand how to properly evaluate claims in the media or on products.
Where: The Columbus Idea Foundry
When: DATE & TIME HERE
Who: All ages welcome