Science Café at the Music Box Is So Fascinating It Ought to be Against the Law

Mon 9/11 @ 7PM

Given the current White House, don’t be surprised if large chunks of science get criminalized. Get ahead of the game with a Science Café night at the Music Box Supper Club, featuring two actual FBI agents. Maybe they’ve even found Trump’s tax returns.

Fostered by the national science fraternity (still legal, so far) Sigma Xi, Science Cafes are pop-science talks given in an informal, dining-out ambiance. For this one, on the fateful date of 9/11, actual G-men Tom Corrigan and James Boazzo will discuss the science and CSI methods of data-mining, hacking, psychological profiling and surveillance to capture high-level conspirators and business criminals (good thing, too; other varieties of CSI tend to be somewhat…unappetizing).

Admission is free and a full menu from the Rusty Anchor Restaurant will be available. Doors open at 5:30pm prior to the 7pm talk.

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[Written by Charles Cassady]

 

 

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