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Rick Rolling NYC’s A Train

tags: Rick Rolling NYC’s A Train, music, a cappella, NYC Life, New York City, A Train, travel, cultural observation, cities, University of Oregon, On The Rocks, The Green Room, Never Going to Give You Up, streaming video Watching this video of a group of West Coast guys singing a cappella on the A train made…

Lego Monsters Attack NYC!

tags: Lego Monsters Attack NYC, Lego, art, animation, technology, weird, offbeat, NYC, New York City, streaming video This is a silly video but the technology that was used to create it is really interesting to watch, especially for this NYCer!

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Kristin Baldwin, Assistant Professor at Scripps Research’s Department of Cell Biology What: free public presentation, “The Future of Stem Cells” When: TONIGHT at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter at the…

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Kristin Baldwin, Assistant Professor at Scripps Research’s Department of Cell Biology What: free public presentation, “The Future of Stem Cells” When: Wednesday, 7 April at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter…

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Kristin Baldwin, Assistant Professor at Scripps Research’s Department of Cell Biology What: free public presentation, “The Future of Stem Cells” When: Wednesday, 7 April at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter…

The Expanding Universe

tags: Alex Filippenko, Josh Frieman, FermiLab, astronomy, astrophysics, Science Bulletins, research, American Museum of Natural History, AMNH, New York City, space, nature, universe, The Expanding Universe, streaming video In 1998, astrophysicists discovered a baffling phenomenon: the Universe is expanding at an ever-faster rate. Either an enigmatic force called dark energy is to blame or a…

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Director of the Energy Materials Center at Cornell, Héctor Abruña What: free public presentation, “Energy Through Chemistry” When: Tonight, 3 March at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter at the 81st…

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Director of the Energy Materials Center at Cornell, Héctor Abruña What: free public presentation, “Energy Through Chemistry” When: Wednesday, 3 March at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter at the 81st…

tags: education, public outreach, SciCafe, science cafe, AMNH, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, streaming video Who: Director of the Energy Materials Center at Cornell, Héctor Abruña What: free public presentation, “Energy Through Chemistry” When: Wednesday, 3 March at 700pm Where: Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth, American Museum of Natural History, Enter at the 81st…

tags: Center for Inquiry, CFI, NYC Skeptics, Free Inquiry and Secular Humanism, Darwin Day 2010, Ian Tattersall, Massimo Pigliucci, public education, outreach, New York City, NYC, education, streaming video On the day after the anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birthday, prominent paleoanthropologist Ian Tattersall gave a public lecture about Darwin and his impact on what we…