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Science events in New York City this week

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Still digging myself out of dozens of “starred” must-reply-in-detail emails after ScienceOnline2012, as well as editing some blog posts and articles, etc, before I get back into my regular blogging routine. I am on the train to NYC right now, to work in the office for a few days, attend meetings, meet with colleagues, etc., as well as attend a couple of classes at NYU. But in the evenings, there are plenty of cool events this week, and I intend to go to these three:

A Mother’s Love: Memoirs in the Digital Age – A Valentine’s Day event about family, love and heartbreak, brought to you by The Atavist. February 14 at Melville House, 145 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, NY at 6:30 p.m. Featuring: Clive Thompson, Cris Beam and David Dobbs.

“Brains” – a Story Collider storytelling event: Wednesday the 15th of February, 2012, at Union Hall, Brooklyn, NY.

Beyond a Trend: Enhancing Science Communication with Social MediaScience Online NYC at AMNH: Thursday, February 16 at 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

With these three events attracting some of the same crowd, we feel there is no need to organize an additional #NYCSciTweetUp – let’s assume that all three events combined also serve as one long three-day tweetup.

Learn more:

What is: The Story Collider

What is: Science Online New York City






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