Science Café seeks Eastside location

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The Pacific Science Center is seeking a bar or restaurant in Bellevue or Kirkland to become the new Eastside location of their Science Café - a monthly event that promotes face-to-face dialogue with a scientist about current scientific topics.

For the past two years Pacific Science Center has co-presented the Queen Anne Science Café at their lower Queen Anne location, T.S. McHugh's. Each café features a talk with real scientists in an informal setting, on topics focusing on current research, cutting edge technology, and scientific breakthroughs. Science Café is held once a month and is FREE to the public. The successful Science Café event series will expand to the Eastside in January. Café organizers are currently seeking a bar or restaurant in Bellevue or Kirkland to host an additional Science Café location and we need your help. Please submit your ideas for the new Eastside location to feedback@pacsci.org.

Space must be large enough to accommodate a minimum of 60 people and conducive to lively discussions and debates.

Each café features a talk with real scientists in an informal setting, on topics focusing on current research, cutting edge technology, and scientific breakthroughs.

Each month, learn about cutting-edge topics in science and technology from leading researchers and scientists, all while enjoying food and drinks. At the café, speaker scientists give a short talk in their area of interest, followed by a small group discussion. After a short break and drink refill, the group reconvenes, allowing for a question and answer session and general discussion of the topic with the speaker and participants.

More details about Science Café can be found at www.pacsci.org.