After a two-month hiatus, caused when the bar where we’ve been holding sessions decided to make different use of its extra room, Science Cafe NH is returning to Concord next month. Yippee!
We’ll be at Makris Lobster and Steak House on Route 106, a family-owned Concord institution. We’ll be in a nice big room with food and drink and table service, and there’s plenty of parking, which was a bit of an issue downtown. The sessions will be held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, from 6 to 8 p.m. as always.
As we speak (so to speak) I’m lining up panelists but I hope that the session will be the one originally planned for January, talking about genetics and forensics, playing off NHPR’s Beaver Brook podcast.
By coincidence, the Science Cafe NH folks in Nashua have the same topic – forensics and crime – lined up for March, with an excellent panel: including an FBI special agent and a forensics MD from one of Nashua’s hospitals. That session will be March 13, also 6 to 8, at the very cool Riverwalk Cafe in Nashua.
Those details and more can be seen at the Science Cafe NH web page.