About the host
Ramona Soto is an arts educator, scientific editor, and communicator who specializes in helping people get in touch with what they really love. She’s interested in many things and usually finds herself immersed in art, words, music, and science. Ramona has seen how effective the arts are for helping people find their true selves and communicate with the outside world. In addition, she has taught short, interactive science lessons as her alter ego, Madame Molecule. It all connects!
Human Immunology: Sat, Nov 17
The Wonders of the Immune System
Richard Sullivan, PhD
Division of Experimental Medicine
Department of Infectious Disease
University of California San Francisco
Ever wonder why vaccines aren't bad, eating dirt is good, and how we choose the perfect mate? Find out at Science Bytes on Saturday, November 17 from 7pm to 9pm at Progressive Grounds Mission (2301 Bryant Street, SF) where Dr. Richard Sullivan answer the question, how do our immune systems shape our lives?
Honeybee Proteomics: Sat, Oct 20
Bees on the Brain
Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCSF, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Exploring the honeybee colony collapse disorder.
Mars Landing: Sat, Sept 15
What's up on Mars?
Loose Cannon, Exploratorium
What's the latest from Mars? We'll take a look at the latest results from the Curiosity Rover and answer questions about the mission, the hardware and the planet. News from 150 million miles away!
Read Tinker's Take on Mars.