Café Astronomique: From Gastronomy to Astronomy
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
What: Café Astronomique: From Gastronomy to Astronomy
Where: The Bookshelf, 41 Quebec St.
When: Tuesday, September 15, 7pm.
Why Scientist Mike Dixon plans to grow tomatoes on Mars. Gastronomy expert Anita Stewart knows a thing or two about homegrown produce. How do you grow crops in space? Join them, along with moderator (and University of Guelph Physics Prof) Diane Nalini, for an entertaining, inter-disciplinary discussion over drinks and snacks.
Present by the University of Guelph Physics Department in Collaboration with the Bookshelf.
How much: Free!