October 25, 2012 - 1:07pm
Local engineers and science fans spent 24 hours engineering devices that fling food and had a face-off Sunday at their "maker space" on E. Broadway.
Let the food fights begin! LVL 1 "hacker" or "maker" space is a member-based creative science space. It is a space where people can gather to use equipment otherwise unavailable to them, network, find out about classes and more. You can go there to work on your own projects or...
September 3, 2012 - 11:00am
Feeling the call of your inner soothsayer? Get a heads up on the near future with the new Louisville Library series ‘What’s Next’. Join University of Louisville professor Dr. Keith Mountain for a look at the landscape of climate change this Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at the Library’s Main branch.
Weather happens. Like, every day and stuff. For those of us who call Louisville home base – I’m assuming 99.9% of my most-likely-very-minute readership – the local climatic horizon is a cornucopia of absurd patterns and twisted seasons. Natives seem to enjoy...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Noted oceanographer Sylvia Earle coming to Bellarmine Tuesday
Landlocked Louisville looks beyond its borders this coming Tuesday, April 10, when Bellarmine hosts Sylvia Earle, noted oceanographer, explorer, author and lecturer.
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Quick! Have you used a computer in the last 5 seconds? (If you answered “no” then we seriously need to talk about your grip on reality…). Come and learn the true tall tale about the creation of the device that changed our world; author and science historian, George Dyson, will present his book ‘Turing’s Cathedral’ at 7pm tonight, Monday, March 12th, at the Library.
Oh, the things you must have seen…
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
World-renowned author, scientist and brainiac, Michio Kaku, will be interviewed this Wednesday, February 22nd at 5pm in conjunction with the Kentucky Author Forum ‘Great Conversations’ Series.
It is very easy to become completely absorbed in the small, single-serving sized microcosms we create for ourselves. Our own, personal little hamster wheels spin and spin while we scurry with great haste through the haze of our own individuality. We are all guilty of this to some extent...