Monthly Archives: October 2007

Café Scientifique – El Dia De Los Muertos


On Oct. 1, we had a successful launch to the Central Valley Café Scientifique, our new forum for informal conversations about science, centered around topical presentations by area scientists. The first event, where Paul Crosbie talked about what’s killing Sea Otters drew a sizeable crows of science enthusiasts, almost overflowing Lenny’s Bistro Deli. If you are in the vicinity next Monday, I would like to invite you to our next meeting, a post-Halloween / Day of the Dead postmortem special. Here’s the announcement:

Central Valley Café Scientifique presents:

“Over My Dead Body: A Coffeehouse Discussion”

by

Dr. Kevin Miller
Forensic Biochemist, Chemistry Dept. CSU-Fresno

Monday, November 5, 2007, from 6:30-8:30 PM
Lenny’s Bistro Deli in River Park (across from Edwards’ cinemas)

For further details, visit: http://www.valleycafesci.org/

Sunday morning rant

It sucks to return to blogging after a busy sleepless few weeks with a rant, but I just couldn’t help it this morning. Rather than reproducing it here, let me just ask you to go read my rant about teaching science in this benighted valley here instead.