Cafe Inquiry Public Lecture Series
CINSO and the Center for Inquiry – Indianapolis co-host a monthly public lecture series. New in 2017, we will be at a number of different venues throughout the year, so be sure you know where to find us! Local researchers and experts join us to discuss their work and exciting new advancements in their field. Please join us as we discuss the the great scientific discoveries being made right here in Central Indiana.
January 18th at Round Town Brewery: Sandy Messner, Indiana Forest Alliance – What Are Forests For?
March 15th : Canceled
April – No Cafe Inquiry, Taste of Science Festival is April 24th-26th!
May 17th at Indiana State Museum: Dan McCarthy, Meteorologist in Charge at the National Weather Service in Indianapolis – Indiana Wather Unleashed
June 21st at Bier Brewery: Lynn Willis, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of Pharmocology – The Real Science of Natural Medicine
July 19th at Indiana Medical History Museum: Dr. Tiffany Lyle, Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine- “Clear the way, coming through! Drug delivery through the blood-brain barrier”
August 16th at Broken Beaker Distillery: The Science Behind History ft. Indiana State Museum & Indiana Historical Society
September 20th at Deviate Brewing: Topic TBD
October 17th at Black Acre Brewing Co.: Pick Your Poison
November 15th at TBD: Tim Corson, assistant professor of Ophthalmology, IUSM
If you are a researcher interested in joining us for a future Cafe Inquiry, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Talented senior graduate students, post-docs, researchers, professors, and educators in all STEM fields are welcome to contact us!
January 20th: Michael Homoya, Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources – This Was Indiana: The Historic Hoosier Landscape in 1816
February 17th: Xianming Han, Butler University – Measuring the Motion of Asteroids from Indianapolis
June 15th: Rescheduled due to weather
August 17th: Nipun Chopra, Neuroscience, IU School of Medicine *SPECIAL EVENT AT BROKEN BEAKER DISTILLERY- Alzheimer’s Disease: Why haven’t we found a cure?
October 19th: Sarah Halter, Executive Director, Indiana Medical History Museum
November 16th: Karl Koehler, IU School of Medicine – Organoids, From in vitro Oddities to Promising Therapies (rescheduled from June)
May 19th: Susan Walsh, IUPUI – Forensic DNA Phenotyping
June 24th: Amber Mosley, IU School of Medicine – Paradigm Shifts: Impacts on Science