By coincidence – we’re not that good at planning – the two Science Cafe New Hampshire sessions this month have topic overlaps.
On Wednesday, March 13, in Nashua they’re talking about the science of forensics. Panelists Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna, Hosts of three popular true crime podcasts: ‘Missing Maura Murray’, ‘Crawlspace’, and ‘Empty Frames’, Mark Hastbacka, Special Agent, Dept of Justice (FBI), Dr. Elizabeth Karagosian, Forensics MD, Southern NH Medical Center, Emergency Services, Patrick Hannon & Robert Powers, Detective Sergeants, Nashua Police Dept, Criminal Investigation Unit;
And on Wednesday, March 27, at our new location of Makris Lobster and Steak House, the Concord SCNH will talk about “Genes, genetics and cold cases,” Kimberly Rumrull, Criminalist II with the New Hampshire State Police Forensic Laboratory; Albert “Buzz” Scherr, chair of International Criminal Law & Justice Program at UNH School of Law, who was featured in the “Bear Brook” podcast; Beth Wilkes, professor, Department of Natural Sciences at NHTI- Concord’s Community College.
Both, of course, are free and open to all and start at 6 p.m. For details, check the web page: Sciencecafenh.org.