Hoolulu Science Cafe kicks off its 2019–2020 monthly dinner speaker series on September 17 with an exploraiton of dark matter.
Sponsored by the Honolulu Academy of Science and co-sponsored by ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter, Honolulu Science Cafe is held on the third Tuesday of the month through the academic year at HASR Bistro, 155 N. Beretania, with a no-host dinner at 6 pm and talk beginning at 7 pm. RSVP to Gareth Wynn-Williams by the prior Friday.
Scheduled talks include:
- Sept. 17 — University of Hawai‘i physicist Sven Vahsen on Dark Matter in the Universe
- October 15 — University of Hawai‘i volcanologist Bruce Houghton on The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea
- November 19 — University of Hawai‘i astronomer Robert Jedicke on Mining Asteroids
- December 17 — University of Hawai‘i cosmologist Brent Tully on The Laniakea Supercluster