ChicaGO Science with Mary Bauer, C2ST and HDMZ

Let's go explore ChicGO Science! In this third installment of our series, we join Lagunitas head brewer Mary Bauer.

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Women in STEM: Connect

Our Women in STEM: Connect is back! This year's event will feature a lively panel discussion with Q&A, video shorts, and will be followed by networking. We welcome everyone, fromwomen just contemplating a future in a science-related field to career veterans, and all those in between.
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C2ST Speakeasy: Robot Revolution with Anna Brill & Kathleen McCarthy

The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) recently opened a one-of-its-kind temporary exhibit, Robot Revolution. This unprecedented exhibit features more than 40 robots from all over the world. Want to hear more about what it took to assemble this collection, which includes robots from Japan, China, Germany, and France, or what it takes to keep all of these machines up and running, and interacting with the public? Join two of the women who work behind-the-scenes at MSI’s Robot Revolution for a night of fun with Chicago Council on Science and Technologyat Geek Bar Beta’s SCIENCE!
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C2ST Speakeasy with Tejas Shastry

What's the deal with wearable technology?

At Geek Bar Chicago's SCIENCE! Tuesday Wearable devices such as smartwatches and fitness trackers have brought us closer to quantifying our lives, but will they truly change the way we interact with the world?  

This talk explores how the right combination of advances in energy harvesting, big data, and artificial intelligence could enable wearable devices to truly become digital extensions of us as humans. Join Chicago Council on Science and Technology for a night of fun and exploration at Geek Bar Beta’s SCIENCE! Tuesday.

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A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words-Teaching Science with Comics

Chicago Council on Science and Technology Presents: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words—Teaching Science With Comics

Graphic narratives, also known as comics, are increasingly being used to unpack complex concepts and experiences. Despite the stigma of being thought of as juvenile reading matter (and not ‘real reading’ at that), comics actually have a long history of addressing complex topics.