Nerd Nite Ann Arbor #61
Thursday January 17, 2019: 7:00pm to 9:30pm
LIVE 102 S First Street
NNA2 #61 dives into MRIs and what we can and cannot learn about the brain with neuroscience researcher Sam Carpenter, exploring how protons are structured, inside and out, with physics grad student Nicole Lewis, and talking about why we play - or don’t play - video games with Mark Kazmierski.
So come pick up some facts you didn’t know before and use ‘em to wow your non-Nerd Nite A2 friends!
As always, it’s free, courtesy of the Ann Arbor District Library, so grab a friend, grab a drink, and enjoy another informal/informative evening at NNA2!
Nerd Nite A2 is a gathering of, well, nerds, who meet up in a bar (Live on First St.) for informal, entertaining, but really informative talks by 3 different experts on 3 different subjects. Talks are about 20 minutes in length, and topics that have been featured include: Time Traveling Vikings: the many-layered subgenres of romance novels, Film Cat-alogue: a hiss-tory of felines in meow-vies, Bonkers Borders: crazy ex(clav)es, drunken surveyors, and Uzbecki seas, The Science of Consciousness, and MANY more!
Doors open at 6:30, speakers start at 7 pm. Come on out, grab a drink, grab a seat, and learn some awesome new junk with other friendly nerds! Mark your calendars and spread the word! More information available at annarbor.nerdnite.com or on Twitter @nerdniteA2.