Out To Lunch with Science 360
You already know that Morehead's "Science 360" series brings you the most current science news ... now meet the scientists behind the news!
As part of the 2010 North Carolina Science Festival, Morehead is hosting "Out To Lunch with Science 360."
- Tuesday, Sept. 14
"Predicting Severe Weather"
with Jonathan Blaes, NOAA National Weather Service
- Wednesday, Sept. 15
"Why Antimatter Matters"
with physicist Reyco Henning, UNC
- Thursday, Sept. 16
"Mission to Mars"
with NASA trainee Zena Cardman
- Tuesday, Sept. 21
with chemist Wei You, UNC
- Thursday, Sept. 23
"The Truth Behind 2012"
with astronomer Dan Reichart, linguist David Mora-Marín and geologist Kevin Stewart
Each one-hour program begins at 12 noon with a presentation of the original "Science 360" episode that inspired it. The program continues with a deeper look at the scientific basis and research behind each episode, led by our featured experts.
Bring your lunch, if you like, and join us at Morehead's Science Stage (enter through the west entrance and Morehead's Rotunda) for these FREE programs. Add some science to your work week during the North Carolina Science Festival!