Science is regularly presented to us as clean, tidy and wrapped-up-in-a-bow. Whether it’s in news articles, scientific publications or even, yes we admit it, taste of science events. But ask any individual scientist and they’ll give you a backstoryRead More
Today is earth day but, in Tampa also diversity day, at least at our first taste of science event in 2019Read More
Houston turned taste of science on its head to explore the science of taste.
Chef Olivier opened the doors of his restaurant so that we could experience a little molecular gastronomy.Read More
2018 was the momentous year that saw the NYC team hit all 5 boroughs! So what better way to celebrate than head out on the ferry to visit the hidden borough, Staten Island itself.Read More
Boston’s final event was an afternoon dedicated to music, how we can harness its power on the human brain, and how humans became a musical species.Read More
We had a sold out crowd at our Tuesday night event for a mini-musical about the hottest new gene editing technology -- CRISPR -- inspired by none other than the hottest ticket on Broadway -- Hamilton.Read More
It is not every day that one gets to see a comet, so you can excuse me for being a bit more excited than usual. This comet and I were formally introduced during last year’s taste of science festival in Tampa and, if it could talk, I bet it would be equally excited since it had not just come to Tampa but it was born here, in front of my very own eyes!Read More
The final event marking the San Francisco team’s week long celebration of science was ‘The Grand Experiment’. It was a pop-up science event hosted at the wonderful Art Ventures Gallery in Menlo Park downtown, catering to kids and adults alike.
We had a whole host of interactive activities from every different field of science. A little something for everyone!Read More
If you have a soft spot for the science of bubbles, liquid crystals and other squishy materials you might have heard of Soft Matter! If you have not, this branch of physics is a fascinating interdisciplinary topic studying various kinds of materials from gels to biological systems.Read More
Jeffrey Shaman discusses how statistical models can be used to forecast the spread of infectious diseases, including influenza, using environmental data. Some of his work has focused specifically on predicting the spread of respiratory viral infections right here in NYC.Read More
Get a flavor for our events.Read More