Tectonic Plates: Alamance County’s Science Café announces events for fall 2023 semester

Tectonic Plates announces its fall 2023 schedule.

Each month on second Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m., a different scientist will present engaging science at Burlington Beer Works in downtown Burlington, North Carolina. All Tectonic Plates events are free and open to the public, and you can expect a lively event in a relaxed atmosphere without all the technical jargon. Tectonic Plates runs from September through May.

  • Sep 12: Cindy Bennett, Elon University, Hocus Pocus: the magic of point-of-care ultrasound
  • Oct 10: Ariana Eily, Elon University, Beauty in science
  • Nov 14: Lee Atkinson, Meanstride Technology, Inc. and Alamance Maker’s Guild, COVID shields: Makers to the rescue!
  • Dec 12: Amanda Venable, Forensics scientist at Triad Crime Lab, What’s brewing at the NC State Crime Lab: Facts, Myths, and Misconceptions

For more information about Tectonic Plates, contact Dave Gammon, professor of biology at Elon.