Nola Science Club is an informal umbrella group formed to co-ordinate public science education and science literacy events in the Greater New Orleans Area. We are dedicated to presenting high-powered science in fun ways to the public. One of our main goals is to start and maintain a NOLA Science Festival in the near future. Please see the fliers of our past events, below. Nola Science Club is helped by VINO, Swampy Science Social Club, New Orleans Secular Humanist Association , Wonk Shop Media and we have a Meet-up. We have held events at The Neutral Ground Coffee Shop, The Rusty Nail, Jefferson Parish East Bank Regional Library. We are always looking for active and excited individuals to contribute. If interested in presenting, or helping in other ways, please do not hesitate to contact us.
REVIEWS OF PRESENTATIONS:
NOLA SCIENCE CAFE--ALWAYS FREE!!!
“Science Cafés are live events that take place in casual settings such as pubs, local libraries or coffeehouses. Science Cafés are open to everyone and feature an engaging conversation with a scientist about a particular topic. Science Cafés are grassroots movements that exist all over the world and can vary from place to place.” Science Cafes