Tonight, you are all invited to NYC’s Apple Store (in Soho) for a free a “Pro Session” panel discussion with some of us ScienceBloggers, including me. This session will be a conversation about the convergence of science, technology, and culture and will discuss how blog writing is driving the global dialogue on scientific topics. We’ll talk about everything from global warming to science education and why science literacy is more important than ever.
What: Apple Pro Session panel with ScienceBloggers
Date: Tonight (Wednesday, 1 October 2008)
Time: 7 – 8pm ET
Location: 103 Prince Street [map].
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