Teen Science Café

Teen Science Café

December 2, 2017

Explore the science of sound and music at our Teen Science Cafe, a fun event connecting local teens with scientists and each other.

Talks By:
"Converting Sound to Neural Signals" by Dr. Rachelle Gaudet,Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University
"Musician and Mega-Machine: Compositions Driven by Real-Time Particle Collision Data from the ATLAS Detector" by Juliana Cherston, Graduate Researcher, MIT
"Using Sound Waves to Separate Cancer Cells from the Blood" by Ming Dao, Director of MIT's Nanomechanics Lab
"Fabric Keyboard - Multimodal Textile as an Expressive and Deformable Musical Interface" by Joseph Paradiso, Director of MIT's Responsive Environments Group

With a special musical performance by Newton South Crescendo.

6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Doors open at 5:45. No entrance after 7:00 pm.

High school students only.

Free admission. Limited seating. Pre-registration strongly suggested.
Dinner provided.

 

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