Southern Utah

Science Café and Podcast

Welcome to the Southern Utah Science Café!

Welcome! You can find information on the Cafés and Podcasts below, with links to the
audio recordings of podcasts where available.
Please join our mailing list, and let us know if you would like to participate in upcoming cafés
or podcasts, or would like to host a café!

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PODCAST

What's up with Lizards?

SCIENTIST:

Geoff Smith, PhD

DSU Biological Sciences Department

 

INFO:

Teaming up with Science Moab!!

Use the link below to access the Podcast.

PODCAST LINK

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CAFÉ – LIVE

Geology of Southwestern Utah

INFO:

DATE: Wednesday, October 21, 2020

TIME: 4-6pm

LOCATION: Zion Brewery Station II

CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19

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CAFÉ – LIVE

Biomechanics - Modeling and simulation, research, and clinical advances

SCIENTISTS:

Travis Ficklin, PhD

DSU Health and Human Performance

Brant Ross, PhD, PE

MotionPort

 

INFO:

DATE: Thursday, December 6, 2019

TIME: 4-6pm

LOCATION: Affogato West, St. George, UT

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Overview

The Southern Utah Science Café provides a venue for public conversations and discussions about scientific topics that impact our daily lives. As the region continues to grow, the transfer of scientifically backed information to the community along with opportunities to explore those issues more in-depth will be critical to an informed and sustainable community. Each event will have a theme associated with a scientific topic, along with an expert or panel of experts to engage the community in discussions. This is an informal venue meant to encourage open discussions, collaborations, and partnerships.

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Goals

The primary goal of the Southern Utah Science Café is to create a stronger connection with the scientific and larger communities in the region to allow open, transparent, and non-partisan discussions of scientific topics, leading to improved scientific literacy in our diverse and rapidly growing community.

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Contact

Science Café

Email: sciencecafe@dixie.edu