Tag: Beer with a Scientist

Beer with a Scientist: Can technology be used to treat eating...

Eating disorders affect about 8 million people in the United States at any one time. Although a large majority is young women, anorexia nervosa,...

Can parents genetically design their children? Hear from medical experts in...

Leading experts in reproductive endocrinology, Kelly Pagidas, MD, and Miriam Krause, MD, will address issues and possibilities surrounding parents’ ability to determine specific genetic...

Beer with many scientists scheduled Sept. 13

This month’s Beer with a Scientist, held in conjunction with Research!Louisville, will be a get-to-know-you event. Eight (or more) University of Louisville researchers will...

So, why haven’t we cured cancer yet? Get answers at Beer...

With all the research and effort that has gone into it, why does it seem we still are so far from finding a cure...

UofL researcher: ‘How to tame a fox … and build a...

Take adorable, furry creatures involved in revolutionary scientific research, add soviet-era politics and intrigue, set them in the often brutal -35° winters of Siberia...

Beer with a Scientist: How to work less and play more

Wouldn’t life be great if we could just play all the time? Of course, few of us can simply abandon our work, but there are...

The science and the art of whiskey-making at Beer with a...

Guests at the next Beer with a Scientist event will hear about the science used in the fermentation and distillation of another adult beverage...

UofL researcher examines what artificial intelligence can really do for us...

From The Jetsons to I, Robot, science fiction writers have illustrated both exciting and frightening visions of the impact computers, robots or other forms...

Do the bugs in our gut affect our brains? UofL neurologist...

We all are home to trillions of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, viruses and more, referred to as the microbiota. These organisms evolved along with...

What’s the skinny on dietary fat? Find out at Beer with...

We’ve heard the mantra for years: Avoid obesity and the diseases that accompany it by eating less fat. But recent reports seem to contradict...