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Grounds for Science

Grounds for Science at the Juice Box

 

Exciting short talks on cutting-edge topics by young researchers at UC Berkeley

6:30 pm, 4th Fridays of the Month

Hip Hop Juice Box

3960 Adeline Street
Emeryville, CA  94608

Grounds for Science is a public science talk series organized by and featuring UC Berkeley graduate students. We are happy to resume in our original space, now a new venue, Hip Hop Juice Box in Emeryville. Accessible by BART and AC Transit, Hip Hop Juice Box is a community oriented cafe that offers intimate environment, fresh juices, select beers, wine and snacks, and a focus on music.

Be sure to check the calendar for upcoming programs!

Upcoming event:

We welcome all UC Berkeley graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in STEM to share their research with a non-technical but science-enthused audience. You will gain experience in science communication, a powerful skill often overlooked in academic settings.

• Topics are not limited to your specific research project and can focus on a field in general

• Talks should be geared towards a public audience and be 12-15 minutes without interruption

• Our audiences are encouraged to interrupt and ask questions throughout to promote an informative discussion

If you are unsure about participating, we invite you to join us for one of our events to observe and see what it’s like. Don’t hesitate to contact us at groundsforscience@berkeley.edu with more questions!

Contact us

email groundsforscience@berkeley.edu

Hip Hop Juice Box