NYU Faculty to Lecture-and Perform-at “TalkingScience Cabaret,” May 20


New York University Professor Marion Nestle and the Amygdaloids, a band of NYU neuroscientists, will participate in Ira Flatow s TalkingScience Cabaret on Tues., May 20, 7-9 p.m., at Kenny s Castaways (157 Bleecker Street at the corner of Sullivan Street). Flatow is host of NPR s Talk of the Nation: Science Friday, a live news/talk show about science.

The Amygdaloids L to R: Joseph LeDoux, neuroscientist, guitar; Nina Galbraith Curley, psychologist, bass;  Tyler Volk, environmental scientist, guitar; Daniela Schiller, neuroscientist, drums
The Amygdaloids L to R: Joseph LeDoux, neuroscientist, guitar; Nina Galbraith Curley, psychologist, bass; Tyler Volk, environmental scientist, guitar; Daniela Schiller, neuroscientist, drums

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New York University Professor Marion Nestle and the Amygdaloids, a band of NYU neuroscientists, will participate in Ira Flatow’s “TalkingScience Cabaret” on Tues., May 20, 7-9 p.m., at Kenny’s Castaways (157 Bleecker Street at the corner of Sullivan Street). Flatow is host of NPR’s “Talk of the Nation: Science Friday,” a live news/talk show about science. “Like ‘Science Friday,’ ” Flatow says, “TalkingScience Cabaret will give people a chance to talk to scientists and ask them questions directly.”

Reporters interested in attending the event should contact TalkingScience Cabaret Project Manager Talia Page at talia@talkingscience.org or 646.321.3222.

Nestle, named by the New York Daily News as one of the 100 women who shape New York City, is a professor at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Developmen 500

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