[PAST EVENT] Virtual - A Scientist Walks into a Bar Grad Student Edition
LocationOnline via Zoom
Access & Features
- Open to the public
Join us for an online version of our popular Scientist Walks Into a Bar program. Normally held at local breweries, we are now bringing this event into your home! Grab your favorite beverage and relax with us as three VIMS graduate students give a quick overview of their research during a 5-minute fast talk. A 10-minute Q&A session will take place after each fast talk, during which you will be able to ask the students questions about their research via the Zoom chat feature. Presenters and topics for the evening are:
Christina Rarick - Feast or Famine: How Oyster Feeding Informs Restoration Efforts
Luke Frankel - Resuscitating the Bay From the Dead (Zone): How Nutrient Reductions have Increased Oxygen Availability in Chesapeake Bay
Leslie Speight Youtsey - What is RNA, What Does it Tell Us, and How Can We Use it?
This event is free, but registration is required. You will receive a link to the event in your email once you register. Everyone that attends will be able to enter into a drawing for prizes! Sign up now to join us for a fun evening of science!
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