Brandeis Cafe Science

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Exciting, community-wide monthly event that brings distinguished Brandeis science faculty to The Elephant Walk in Waltham.

Food for thought. And a drink.

Join us THIS Monday, 5/6, to learn all about "Why You Eat the Junk You Eat" from Brandeis neuroscientist, Don Katz!

Professor Katz conducts studies on the taste senses of rats, and his findings have led him to wonder if there is more to taste than just the sense itself - there may even be social or cultural reasons for our aversions to (or cravings for) certain foods.

Find out why some food tastes so good to you this Monday, 5/6, at 6:00 p.m. at The Elephant Walk in Waltham. And after the talk, you can conduct delicious taste experiments of your own with 10% off your meal!

The purpose of Cafe Science is to build community and engage in conversation about relevant and current scientific research, with which people from non-scientific backgrounds can engage.

Food for thought. And a drink.

Who: Everyone

What: Monthly talk and discussion of current research by Brandeis Scientists

Where: The Elephant Walk, 663 Main Street, Waltham

When: The first Monday of every month, 6pm - 7pm

Why: Because Science is awesome!

How much: $10 admission includes one drink



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