San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Suds & Science—The Balance Between Conservation and Fisheries Management
Date & Time: April 10, 6:30 to approx. 8 p.m.
Location: Mangia Italiano, 248 Third Street, Chula Vista, CA 91910
All over the world fisheries are threatened by pollution and overfishing. Food security is important but we also need to find the right balance between ocean conservation and fisheries management. Join Lynn Waterhouse from the Scripps Institute Oceanography as she shares how research happening here in San Diego can help us become a more sustainable society. This is your monthly chance to connect with other curious scientific minds over a beer—or two—and take part in an in-depth discussion about important scientific topics. The Fleet partners with local bars and scientists to bring you an evening with a fun-yet-informative presentation, which kicks off an extended discussion between the scientist and the audience—all while the audience drinks along.
Please note: During this event, there will be photography and video recording. By attending this event you consent to and authorize without further compensation the use and reproduction of any film or photographs.
About Suds & Science:
Suds & Science are monthly events that bring scientists to your neighborhood bar. Raise a pint and listen to a 15-minute fun-yet-informative presentation on a hot science topic followed by an open and engaging conversation. Ask questions and form opinions while enjoying an adult beverage. Suds & Science puts the fun and spirit(s) back into science.
Save This Event
When & Where
FLEET SCIENCE CENTER
"The Fleet Science Center seeks to inspire lifelong learning by furthering the public understanding and enjoyement of science and technology"
- Our Mission Statement
The Fleet Science Center features more than 100 interactive science exhibits in eight galleries, as well as major travelling exhibitions. Visitors can touch a tornado, create colored shadows, examine the vibration of guitar strings and get their hands on a variety of intriguing scientific phenomena.
The Fleet Science Center is also home to the world's first IMAX Dome Theater, presenting the biggest films on the planet. Its unique configuration wraps the audience in images and provides the illusion of being suspended in space. The Eugene Heikoff and Marilyn Jacobs Heikoff Dome Theater takes audiences from outer space to under water and every place in between, and films are generally suitable for all ages. San Diego's only Giant Dome Theater also plays host to planetarium shows, including the monthly Sky Tonight show, which is led by an astronomer and followed by outdoor telescope viewing, curtesy of the San Diego Astronomy Association.
The Fleet Science Center is open daily from 10 a.m. and holidays too. Check our website at www.fleetscience.org or call (619) 238-1233 for our holiday hours. We are located in beautiful Balboa Park, home to many of the city's museums, as well as attractive gardens, intriguing architecture and picturesque fountains. Since our opening in 1973, the Fleet has been the best-attended museum in Balboa Park and a top attraction in San Diego. The Fleet Science Center offers:
- Eight exhibit galleries with more than 100 interactive exhibits
- The Tinkering Studio, where you can experiment, invent and create
- Kid City, an exhibition just for kids ages five and under
- Plus Craveology Cafe and the North Star Science Store