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2013 Second Semester Science Cafés at Machikaneyama

2013-12-21 (Sat) - 2014-3-29 (Sat)

How about enjoying a "Science Café" at the Museum of Osaka University on a Saturday afternoon? The Science Café events are a platform for students to directly discuss science topics with researchers.

The Science Café started in the hope that it would narrow the gap between specialists and the public. The previous cafés have ended on a high note with great attendance. It is hoped many will attend these events.


Won't you join one of these Science Cafés?

Dates:

  • December 21, 2013
  • January 11 and  25, 2014
  • March 29, 2014

All 4 cafes are being held on Saturday.

Time: 2:00 ~ 3:30 p.m.

Admission fee: There is no charge for admission, but a refreshment fee of 200 yen will be collected.

Intended for: Elementary school students or higher, unless stated otherwise.


How to apply:

Please note that the deadline for applications varies with each individual café!

Applications can be made online or by sending a postcard with an attached reply postcard. Send the following information: (1) name of the café(s)* of your choice, (2) your name, (3) age, (4) address, and (5) telephone number. If you will be bringing other persons, please send their names and ages, too.

* Note: Please view the flyer for the names of the different cafés.

Address: Museum of Osaka University, Osaka University, 1-13 Machikaneyama-cho Toyonaka 560-0043

If applicants exceed the quota, attendees will be chosen by lottery. Successful applicants will be informed by email or postcard.


For more information, please visit the Museum web site.

The organizers hope that many will take part in these cafes.

Sponsored by: Museum of Osaka University

In cooperation with: Toyonaka City Hall, Kaitokudo for the 21st Century

Date: 2013-12-21 (Sat) - 2014-3-29 (Sat)
Venue: Seminar Room, 3rd floor, Machikaneyama Shugakukan, Museum of Osaka University
Registration: Registration online is necessary.

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