Next Event October 23!!!

Thirst for Science is a monthly event held in popular South Miami locations where scientists explain their research in an accessible way to a general audience. Each event features a different scientist who will walk the group through their work, field questions from the audience, and relax with the attendees. All events are open to the public, so please stop by and enjoy!

Events are typically hosted monthly. Information about upcoming and past events will be updated on this site. Check out our previous events below!

Find us on Facebook at ThirstForScience and on Twitter @thirst_science to keep up to date. For questions please feel free to reach out to your hosts:

Dr. Zachary Danziger; zdanzige [at] fiu [dot] edu

Dr. Joshua Hutcheson; jhutches [at] fiu [dot] edu

 

 

 

 

Past Events

Dr. Dickerson

lessons from iron man: exploring biological interfaces for advanced material design

 

Dr. McPherson

90% of the game is half mental: the neuromechanics of baseball

 

Dr. Ramaswamy

count dracula, are blood flow patterns trying to tell us something?

 

Dr. Raymond

cells talk with bubbles, and viruses are hitchhicking

 

Dr. Schummers

how does your brain see the world?

 

Drs. Hutcheson, Danziger, and Lin

biomedical engineering in the movies

 

Dr. Ranu Jung:

how can a chicken run around with its head cut off?

 

Drs. Hutcheson, Danziger, and Saytashev:

the future of biomedical engineering

 

Dr. Riera:

dogmas and facts lying beneath the three most devastating neurological conditions: epilepsy, alzheimers and migraines

 

 

Dr. Ramella-Roman:

from lightsabers to two photon microscopy: present and future of light in medicine

 

Dr. Danziger:

breaking the seal and controlling the bladder

 

Dr. Hutcheson:

how hard does the heart pump blood?