Date: Aug 11, 6:30pm Where: TheLab Gary Coyne is a professional scientific glassblower, with over 40 years of experience building custom glassware and teaching glassblowing at CSULA. He has done a variety of independent research on glass and is the author of The Laboratory Companion (Wiley Scientific). He is currently the Director of the Southern […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Lecture on Scientific Glass Blowing
Date: Aug 4, 6:30PM Where: TheLab RSVP: Meetup.com Whether you’re a scientist, create science art, or make science tech, amateur or professional, there are great ways for you to use Kickstarter. During this workshop, you’ll get a primer on how to bring your idea to life by looking at case studies of past science projects, followed […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Kickstarter for Science Creators
What is killing off California’s trees, and is there anything you can do about it? First spotted in southern California just over a decade ago, the polyphagus shothole borer (PSHB) beetle is currently spreading through forests across the Los Angeles area killing a number of tree species, including the economically, and tastefully, important avocado. Finding […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on What is killing off California’s trees?
Nadja Oertelt producer of Fundamentals of Neuroscience is giving a FREE talk about this massive open online course (MOOC) When: December 21 (Sun), 2014 (NOTE: NOT Dec. 14) Time: 1:30 PM Where: L.A Biohackers Lab The lab is small and seating is limited. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP at: email@example.com […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Free Neuroscience Talk