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Join us!  •  Thursday, November 15, 2018  •  7 PM  •  The Snapper Inn

Admission is free.
Arrive early.
Seating available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Menu and bar items available for purchase.

Your chance to chat with...

photo of Angelika Drees, Gene Van Buren, and Ofer Rind

Pictured (from left to right) are Angelika Drees, Gene Van Buren, and Ofer Rind.

  • Angelika Drees, Collider Group Leader, Collider-Accelerator Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Gene Van Buren, STAR Experiment Software & Computing Co-Leader, Physics Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Ofer Rind, Technology Architect, RHIC and ATLAS Computing Facility, Physics Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory

About PubSci

PubSci lets you chat with expert scientists over a drink. See the casual side of cutting-edge research and scientific discovery happening every day at Brookhaven National Lab. This series hops around Long Island covering different topics from the Big Bang to tomorrow’s technologies.

What does a PubSci event look like?

Oh, just like your average pub—with a few world-class scientists sprinkled in.

  • "Nuclear Medicine" PubSci, March 2018

  • "Nuclear Medicine" PubSci, March 2018

  • "Dark Universe" PubSci, October 2015

  • "Dark Universe" PubSci, October 2015

  • "Dark Universe" PubSci, October 2015

  • "Chemistry" PubSci, November 2016

  • "Chemistry" PubSci, November 2016

  • "Chemistry" PubSci, November 2016

  • "Climate" PubSci, February 2015

  • "Climate" PubSci, February 2015

  • "Illumination" PubSci, September 2014

  • "Illumination" PubSci, September 2014

  • "Nanotechnology" PubSci, May 2014

  • "Nanotechnology" PubSci, May 2014

  • "Big Bang Physics" PubSci, March 2014

Past topics

  • Nuclear Medicine for Personalized Cancer Treatment
  • The Cutting Edge of Chemistry and the Reactions Powering the World
  • The Dark Universe: Exploring the Mysterious Invisible Forces Rippling through the Cosmos
  • Climate: From the Earth to the Sky, Tracking Data of Our Changing Planet
  • Illumination: Exposing the Secret Structures of the Atomic World
  • Nanotechnology: Exploring New Materials One Billionth of a Meter at a Time
  • Big Bang Physics and the Building Blocks of Matter