Cafe Scientifique explores the questions behind this intriguing new collection of science essays by Maria Isabel Garcia, published by the Ateneo de Manila University Press.
Do you live curious? What questions intrigue you?
Join us in probing the questions that make us curious, along with a very curious bunch of writers, artists, and scientists. And get to know more about National Geographic Channel’s Live Curious Campaign.
Friday, 12 November 2010, 6-7pm at Fully Booked The Forum (4/F), Bonifacio High Street
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That’s just one of the many interesting tidbits we got at the last Cafe Sci with Dr. Daniel Levitin. Stock Market was packed with students from Philippine Science High School, St Luke’s School of Medicine, International School Manila, UP, Ateneo, and crowds of other curious folks eager to discuss music’s influence on our lives.
Watch the recorded UStream broadcast here.
And here’s the latest e-update from The Mind Museum, featuring the Cafe Sci conversation on the musical brain:
Read more about Dr. Daniel Levitin.
Know more about the book The World In Six Songs. Know more about the book This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of A Human Obsession.
Watch the National Geographic Channel plug for My Music Brain, based on Dr. Levitin’s work.
Watch the Seed Salon video podcast: David Byrne and Dan Levitin.
Watch this event live online here.
Have a taste of The Mind Museum!
Tuesday, 13 October 2009, 7-9pm
NBC Tent, 26th Street cor 7th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
(Free entrance, but RSVP is necessary. No pre-confirmation, no entry.)
Bella Gaia or Beautiful Earth is an audio-visual experience featuring stunning high-definition projections of our planet Earth take from outer space accompanied by Kenji Williams’ trademark violin-electronica music.
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Ode to Words shall be held on Saturday, October 10, 3-5pm at the third floor of R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street (at the end of BHS, on the same side as Krispy Kreme). There is an elevator for those who may have difficulty with the stairs.
In this session, we shall be picking the wonderful brains of science writer Maria Isabel Garcia and poet Patrick Rosal in exploring the science of language.
See you then!