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Greetings, astronomy fans! As you may have heard, next Tuesday evening (as seen from the east coast of the U.S.), we’re going to witness a rare and historical astronomical event: the transit of Venus. If you somehow missed the news, … Continue reading
Greetings, all. In case you’ve somehow missed the fanfare, starting next week, from April 15-28, Philadelphia will be hosting the 1st (annual?) Philadelphia Science Festival. Drexel is a partner, as is the Franklin Institute, and a ton of other Philly … Continue reading
Hey Philly people. Don’t know what to do after the snowpocalypse? How about coming to see us at Philly NerdNite. Where: The Field House, 1150 Filbert When: Thursday, January 13. Doors open at 7:30. The show start at 8. How: … Continue reading
Or it may. Jeff and I are very excited to be speaking at the 2nd Nerd Nite Philly, Thursday January 13th at the Field House at 1150 Filbert Street in Center City Philadelphia. Here’s the idea, for a nominal $5 … Continue reading