Our next Byte of Science Event will be Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Stay tuned for the speaker announcement!
Laura Cechanowicz will discuss worldbuilding, neuroscience, and identity, and the ways we construct our realities by building worlds.
Dr. Veronica X. Yan will discuss the tools needed to be an effective, self-regulated learner.
Dr. Alexandra Ycaza Herrera will discuss her research on how hormones affect women's stress response.
Dr. Assal Habibi will discuss her research on the effects of group-based music training on children’s brain, emotional, cognitive, and social development.
Sandra Arely will give a talk on her experience with digital double exposure photography.
Join us for an interactive lecture with a panel of 5 of LA's brilliant scientists.
Join us for Sandy Bhaurla's talk on superbugs!
Richelle Gribble will share her artistic process and her work, which explores the question: how does connectivity, for better or for worse, influence our lives and our future?
Dr. Julien Emile-Geay will present research from paleoclimatology, physics, archeology, history and economics to guide an important discussion on climate change.
Dr. Amy Helene Fluitt will discuss the importance of art in science communication.
Dr. Eli Tsukayama will present his research on self-control. Aren't you tempted?
Dr. Kevin Peter Hickerson will give an overview of the neutron (and may even regale us with a little stand-up comedy).
Dave Farina will discuss the emerging anti-science movement.
Dr. Prithvi Chellamuthu will discuss ways in which modern chemistry has improved our quality of life at the cost of environmental toxicities.
Heather VanCura will discuss the history of Java and the future of women in tech.
Dr. Jean Alupay will discuss her research on muscular hydrostats found in octopuses.
Dr. Yi-Pei Chen will tell us all about our parasites.
Dr. Timotei Centea is a materials engineer at USC, and will give a discussion on composite materials.
Dave Farina will give a talk on pseudoscience and affect it has on society.