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Subject: Science Cafe Thursday May 5th 6-7pm
From:    "Andrew John Smith" <andrewjohnsmith123@gmail.com>
Date:    Mon, May 2, 2016 10:35 am
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Dear All,

The next OEB Science Cafe is Thursday, May 5th.

Please join us for "Back from the dead: Real-life zombies in nature" with
Dr. Priya Roy Chowdhury.

Resurrection â?? itâ??s not just science fiction! Many animals,
plants, and
viruses are able to form spores, dry out, or otherwise preserve
themselves
when conditions are poor. When conditions get better they seem to emerge
from the brink of death! How do these creatures stay alive through this
resting state? In this café Dr. Priya Roy Chowdhury will explore the
history, as well as the how and why of resurrection ecology in nature.


Details: Thursday, May 5th 6-7pm at the Nacul Center near downtown
Amherst
(592 Main St, Amherst)


Pizza will be provided! Parking at the Nacul Center is limited so please
try to carpool or take the bus (the stop is right next to the building).


For more info, please visit: www.oebsciencecafe.org


Please distribute this information to anyone that may be interested.


I hope to see you there!

Science Cafe Team



The Science Café series is organized by graduate students in the
Organismic
and Evolutionary Biology (OEB) program at UMass. We strive to bring
engaging conversations about science to broad audiences by hosting
Science
Café events throughout the year.

Dear All,

The next OEB Science Cafe is Thursday, May 5th.

Please join us for "Back from the dead: Real-life zombies in nature" with Dr. Priya Roy Chowdhury.

Resurrection â?? itâ??s not just science fiction! Many animals, plants, and viruses are able to form spores, dry out, or otherwise preserve themselves when conditions are poor. When conditions get better they seem to emerge from the brink of death! How do these creatures stay alive through this resting state? In this café Dr. Priya Roy Chowdhury will explore the history, as well as the how and why of resurrection ecology in nature.


Details: Thursday, May 5th 6-7pm at the Nacul Center near downtown Amherst (592 Main St, Amherst)


Pizza will be provided! Parking at the Nacul Center is limited so please try to carpool or take the bus (the stop is right next to the building).


For more info, please visit: www.oebsciencecafe.org


Please distribute this information to anyone that may be interested.


I hope to see you there!

Science Cafe Team



The Science Café series is organized by graduate students in the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB) program at UMass. We strive to bring engaging conversations about science to broad audiences by hosting Science Café events throughout ! the year.

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