C2ST achieves its mission by hosting relevant, independent, and credible public STEM programs across all scientific fields at locations throughout Chicagoland. With nine out of ten program attendees’ expectations fulfilled, our supporters agree that C2ST is accomplishing its mission of increasing the public’s understanding of science and technology.
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September 7, 2010
Northwestern University Chicago Campus, Baldwin Auditorium
303 E Superior St, Chicago, IL, United States
More than 30,000 personnel and nearly 45,00 response vessels have been dispatched to aid in the clean up of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. One question still looms, “What are the long term effects on the environment from the spill?”
April 6, 2010
1200 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL, United States
December 2, 2009
Palmer House Hilton
17 East Monroe Street, Chicago, IL, United States
John Kessler, MD, Davee Professor of Stem Cell Biology ; Chairman, Department of Neurology; Director, Northwestern University Stem Cell Insitute, Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine
October 26, 2009
Gene Siskel Film Center
164 North State Street, Chicago, IL, United States
A screening of the Emmy Nominated In the Family: How much do you sacrifice to survive?
At 31, filmmaker Joanna Rudnick faces an impossible decision: remove her breasts and ovaries or risk incredible odds of developing cancer.
May 21, 2009
UIC College of Medicine, Moss Auditorium
909 South Wolcott Street, Thornton, IL, United States
The idea of surgical robotics has been a popular one of sci-fi authors for decades… until now. Thanks to improved range of motion and dexterity, surgeons are able to perform complex, yet minimally invasive surgeries while manipulating a robot just feet away from the operating table.
April 21, 2009
DePaul University - Lincoln Park Campus
1110 West Belden Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
As the global spread of consumerism and destruction of ancient forests threaten to leave us with an impoverished and vulnerable world, the call for strong commitment to a vision of a planet that resonates with life is dire.