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NHMLA & Angel City Brewery: Citizen Science + Suds
April 13, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
An event every month that begins at 6:00pm on day 13 of the month, repeating indefinitely
One event on April 13, 2017 at 6:00pm
One event on March 9, 2017 at 6:00pm
Image via NHMLA on Facebook
Here’s a new way to promote civic involvement — create a communal beer! That’s just one facet of a new three-event series, a partnership between Angel City Brewery and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.
Citizen Science + Suds is a discussion series that explores questions like, can citizen science make Los Angeles a better city? Can we help save the world, or at least help craft a great crowd-sourced brew? Hear panelists share stories, data, and the real-world impact that results when the power of the people is harnessed. The series place outside the Museum, at the brewery, and takes a fresh look at science and community. Lively conversation and citizen science is the name of the game here.
The public can cast their votes for the beer’s ingredients and name by attending the events, or by participating on social media, via @NatureinLA on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The voting deadline for ingredients will be Feb 9, and the deadline for a name for the beer will be Mar 9. Participants can taste the beer they helped create at the series finale on April 13.
The schedule is as follows:
- February 9: Can Citizen Science Help Us Build a Better Los Angeles? A closer look at projects that impact conservation, urban planning, and homelessness in Los Angeles. Speakers: Jonathan Hans – Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Hyeran Lee – Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, Miguel Ordeñana – NHMLA Citizen Science Office.
- March 9, 2017: Changing California One Citizen Science Project at a Time. A focus on efforts connecting crowd-sourced data to marine conservation and social and environmental justice across California. Speakers: Marcus Benigno – American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, Fraser Shilling – Road Ecology Center, and Alison Young – California Academy of Sciences.
- April 13, 2017: Can Citizen Science Save the World? A look at projects with a global reach and impact—from civic science and online crowd-sourcing to international citizen science fly research. Speakers: Brian Brown – NHMLA Urban Nature Research Center, Brooke Simmons – Planetary Response Network and the Zooniverse, and Claudia Martinez Mansell – Greening Bourj Al Shamali & Public Lab.
Admission is free with advance reservations. RSVP here. For additional details, check the link below.