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Late Night Science

Are you interested in learning about research on the brain? Want to see the cool tools that neuroscientists use? Hungry for free pizza?

Come to Late Night Science on Wednesday, April 26, 6:30PM, at Columbia University’s biological sciences building (entrance at 500 W120th street)! This month, Eliza Jaeger from the Tosches lab will be hosting an event on her research on the evolution of the brain. Wednesday night will consist of a brief talk and Q&A session, followed by a lab tour and demonstrations. All are welcome to attend, and the only prerequisite is an interest in learning about science!

If you are interested, please sign up for a FREE ticket here. Food will be provided, but capacity is limited, so sign up fast!

Late Night Science is organized by Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach. If you are interested in hearing more from us, please sign up for our email list here, and for more events, please check out the Zuckerman Institute’s website.

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Apr 26 2023


7:00 pm - 8:00 pm



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Columbia University Biological Sciences
1212 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY


Public Programs at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute

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