Kentucky Academy of Science

From December 8-10, 2016 the Kentucky Science Center will be hosting the 3rd annual Coding Science Celebration. This three-day event is dedicated to sharing Computer Science and career opportunities to our many visitors. This date was also selected in conjunction with the International Hour of Code initiative. Scientists and students, Do you have a hands-on

Kentucky Science Teachers Association  (KSTA) We hope you register to join us for the Pre-Conference Session for Teachers K-12 and Higher Ed Science Ed Faculty (Nov. 10th) Facilitated by UK PIMSER (Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform) Title: Strategies for Implementing KY Academic Standards (KAS) for Science Practices NOTE: KDE science consultants Christine

A Month of T.H. Morgan

Wednesday, 21 September 2016 by

Event website: This year is the 150th birthday of the Dr. Thomas Hunt Morgan, the Department of Biology’s most famous graduate and Lexington’s Nobel Laureate. Originally interested in development, regeneration and embryology, Morgan is most well known for his discovery of sex-linked inheritance and the identity of the chromosome as the location for our genes. He and his

Union of Concerned Scientists present: Facing the Bullies: Stories and Strategies for Combating Scientist Harassment Date: Monday, September 19 Time: 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT Register for the Webinar Today Scientists sometimes become harassment targets when they share contentious research findings or opinions. And women, people of color, and LGBTQ scientists are more likely to face harassment

Amphibians Exhibit until Nov 18

Friday, 19 August 2016 by

“Amphibians: Vibrant and Vanishing”  by National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore A photo gallery exhibit at WKU August 22-November 18, 2016 Location: WKU Mass Media and Technology Hall Gallery Hours: Sunday 3pm – 9 pm, M-W 9 am to 9 pm, TH-F, 9 am – 5 pm closed on Saturday Description: The exhibit features multiple photographs

Hemp Field Day at Murray State

Friday, 29 July 2016 by

Join CV Sciences & MSU on August 4th! Murray State University (MSU) Hutson School of Agriculture (HSOA) historical agricultural hemp partner, CV Sciences, invites you to a “Hemp Education and Field Day” on Thursday, August 4th. The event is free and there is no pre-registration required. It will kick off at 12:30 with registration on

  KBRIN NIH R15 Grant Writing Workshop Friday, November 4th, 2016 University of Louisville Health Sciences Campus Clinical Translational Research Building (CTR), Room 123 The Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (KBRIN) will again offer an intensive workshop on the development of National Institutes of Health (NIH) R15-Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) proposals. AREA grants are

Bowling Green Science Cafes

Friday, 19 February 2016 by

Mark your calendar!  All events are at the 6-4-3 Sports Bar in Bowling Green. Science Café at 643 Sports Bar + Grill 29 February – Dung Beetles, Land Mines & Conservation: Stalking an extinct dung beetle in war-torn Angola, Africa – Keith Philips 28 March – What’s For Dinner? Genetically Modified Food – Linda Brown 25 April – The  Baby Experience: The role parents play – Diane Lickenbrock

The recording of this webinar is now available at: People make hundreds of decisions every day, weighing risks and benefits and coming to conclusions. In a perfect world, people are objective when they perceive risks and make decisions in climate and other domains. But psychological research suggests that this is not always how the human

Here is the Video from the Dec 9 program: Beneath the Same Sky: A Vatican Astronomer and a Civil War General Speak to Louisville About the Heavens Wednesday, December 09, 2015 – Starts at 7:00 PM Louisville Main Library, 300 W York St. Join Civil War General, astronomer, and founder of the Cincinnati Observatory, Ormsby