A happy hour forum for science and culture, Cafés offer a unique experience for adults to explore our world from distinct and surprising viewpoints—drawing connections between scientific research, culture, environment and everyday life. Enjoy lively talks on a variety of topics led by guest speakers from the University of Minnesota and beyond along with the atmosphere of the Bryant Lake Bowl theater in Minneapolis.
Ethiopia's Gelada Monkeys
Gelada monkeys live in some of the largest nonhuman primate communities on Earth. Learn more about the baboon-like oddballs of Ethiopia's Simien National Park with Caitlin Potter from the Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.
February 20, 2018
7 pm (doors at 6 pm)
Tickets $5-$12, available online or at the door
March 20: Art & environmentalism with Adam Kay, University of St Thomas
April 17: Regeneration with Keith Sabin, UMN Stem Cell Institute
May 15: Mining and climate change with Roopali Phadke, Macalester College
The Bell Museum introduced Café Scientifique to Minnesota, but did you know there are science cafés held across the country and around the globe? Visit International Café Scientifique for more.