Science Café Wageningen - Artificial Womb
On Thursday 17th October, a new Science Cafe is taking place. This time, the theme is Artificial Womb.
During the last century the global temperature has been rising at an unprecedented rate. Our current economy contributed to climate change through greenhouse gas emissions, and at the same time suffers from climate change effects, such as extreme weather events. Therefore, in 2015 many countries including the Netherlands signed the UN agreement in Paris to limit this global warming below 2° C above pre-industrial levels.
Speakers are prof. Rik Leemans and prof. Marcus Düwell.
You will find more information on http://sciencecafewageningen.nl/
What is a Science Cafe?
It’s an informal meeting in a cafe, with live music, and with a moderator for a lively debate. It's an initiative from WUR employee's & students and is an informal meeting between scientists and those who love science, or who love to debate the impact of science on our society.'
Each meeting is organized around an interesting topic of conversation. After some live music, two scientists give a brief presentation and sometimes show a short video clip to kick off a spicy debate.
Visit the science café: get a beer, listen, make some remarks and enlighten your mind.
And if you are not inspired, you can leave whenever you want…
When & language: Thursday evenings and the spoken language is English.
For who: Scientists & those who love science, or who love to debate the impact of science on our society.
Frequence: The intention is to present 4 to 6 Science Cafes a year.
The crime scene: The meetings are held in a cafe with live music: Café Loburg, Molenstraat 6 in Wageningen.
KLV: KLV is sponsor of this event.
Café Loburg, Molenstraat 6, Wageningen
17 oct. 2019
19:45 - 22:30
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