Five Things About Helicobacter Pylori and You
May 2010 in Kirkland
Nina Salama (University of Washington) discusses Helicobacter pylori, a bacteria that lives in the human stomach and causes gastric cancer.
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Science Café events bring local scientists face-to-face with the general public at T.S. McHugh's in Seattle, Wilde Rover in Kirkland, and The Swiss Pub in Tacoma. All Science Café events are free to the public, open to all ages, and no science background is required. Science Cafés are presented in partnership with Pacific Science Center.
June 4th, 2013
Electric VehiclesSpeakers: Steven Lough, Jeff Finn, and Stephen Johnsen
June 10th, 2013
Asteroid MiningSpeaker: Chris Lewicki
June 11th, 2013
Genetics & Whale Poop Speaker: Jennifer Hempelmann
For more information about Science Café, please contact KCTS 9's Science Café Coordinator:
Science Cafés are made possible in part by support from the MetLife Foundation and a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Institutes of Health, both via KCTS 9's project partner, Pacific Science Center.