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Tuesday Night Event

This event will be streamed live to the Pint of Science US YouTube and Facebook accounts.
Past event - 2020
08 Sep 8pm EDT
7pm CDT
5pm PDT
Live, Facebook and YouTube,
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Live! Tuesday, September 8th. Join us on Facebook and YouTube for our first event [email protected] event! 

There is no need to book a ticket, but if you would like a reminder email about the event please book. Alternatively, just head to our YouTube or Facebook page by clicking on the logos to access the live stream on Tuesday, Sep 8th at 8pm EDT, 7pm CDT, 5pm PDT.

Stay tuned for our special "Zoom Rooms" where you can chat with the scientists after the event!

The fascinating complexity of human language!

Arianna Zuanazzi (Postdoctoral Researcher, New York University)
Dr. Arianna Zuanazzi is a postdoc fellow in the Department of Psychology at NYU in NYC. She received a MA in Theoretical Linguistics and an MSc and a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience. Her research investigates how language is processed in the brain during reading & listening; using neuroimaging techniques such as transcranial magnetic stimulation and magnetoencephalography. Everyday, we spend a lot time using language to communicate, however, while easy to use, human language is a very complex system. Arianna will discuss some experiments that reveal the fascinating intricacies of human language.

Paleontology Rocks! (and other Dad Jokes from the Field)

Joe Wood (Center of Science and Industry (COSI))
Joe is a museum educator and science communicator based in Columbus, Ohio. He received a BS in Zoology and an MS in Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology from The Ohio State University. In graduate school. He participated in field research in Southwestern North Dakota investigating which animal groups survived the End-Cretaceous mass extinction event that wiped out the non-bird dinosaurs. For the past eight years, he has worked at COSI in Columbus, Ohio; which was recently named the country's number one science museum!