Start Talking Science

Conrad Erb

Held each September, Start Talking Science is an unprecedented opportunity for local scientists and academics and discuss their groundbreaking research with members of the community.

Join Us

Our next event will take place at the Science History Institute on September 22, 2022. Spend an evening with Philadelphia-area researchers and discuss astronomy, medicine, oceanography and more!

Mission

Start Talking Science is a free public event where STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) researchers present nontechnical posters to the community. We aim to increase the public awareness of—and interest in—cutting-edge, local research in order to make STEM more accessible. We hope to foster insightful conversations and connections while strengthening the communication skills of researchers.

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Team

  • Christina Love (Director)
    Physics Department, Drexel University
     
  • Zenobia Cofer
    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
     
  • Michelle Dolinski
    Physics Department, Drexel University
     
  • Chris Edwards
    Articulate Science
     
  • Crystal Kraft
    West Pharmaceutical Services
     
  • Dusan Ramljak
    Information Science and Engineering Department, Penn State Great Valley
     
  • Kasey Wagoner
    Physics Department, Princeton University

For more information about Start Talking Science contact Christina Love at info@starttalkingscience.com.

Upcoming Events
Nov
03

Geert Somsen of Maastricht University will speak about the HERA-funded research project “The Scientific Conference: A Social, Cultural, and Political History.”