Secret Science Club: Neuroscience and Smell ologis Leslie Feb 11 and THEATER later in Feb

Leslie is a colleague of mine and her work on olfaction is outstanding!  Not to be missed!
Sniff out new discoveries! Secret Science Club is heading over to Symphony Space in Manhattan for a special event + EST’s new science drama
Thursday, February 11, 7:30pm, Secret Science Club (North) presents Neuroscientist and Smell-ologist Leslie Vosshall @ Symphony Space, $20. (Shh… use code SECRET15 to get $15 tickets.)
Baking cookies. Smoke. Salty skin. The world is filled with smells suggesting danger, the presence of food—and mating opportunities. How many aromas can we detect? According to groundbreaking research by neuroscientist (and smell-ologist) Leslie Vosshall, humans can distinguish more than 1 trillion scents—far more than previously thought.
Dr. Vosshall has a passion for the sense of smell. As head of the Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Behavior at Rockefeller University, sheprobes the brains, olfactory pathways, and DNA of creatures from fruit flies to Homo sapiens. She asks: Is love in the eye of the beholder—or in the schnoz? How do different animals detect smell and how do scents influence behavior?
Before & After
–Imbibe our seductively perfumed specialty cocktails
–Sway to sweet-smelling tunes
–(If you dare) inhale (and attempt to identify) our mysterious scent samples
Be nosy! Hang out for the post-talk Q&A
Snag $15 tickets here with code SECRET15 and enter the code at checkout. You can also use the code at the box office (call 212.864.5400 or visit in person).
Secret Science Club North meets Thursday, February 11, 7:30 pmSymphony Space, 2537 Broadway @ 95th St in Manhattan. Subway: 1, 2, or 3 to 96th Street. Doors open at 7pm. This is an all-ages event!

PLUS! Science + Theater in February at The Ensemble Studio Theatre
EST/Sloan Mainstage Production
PLEASE CONTINUE by Frank Basloe 

Yale, early 1960s. Professor Stanley Milgram’s “obedience experiments” test how cruel people can be when they are just following orders. Milgram gets the data he needs, but the lab assistant who conducted the experiment is left to grapple with his own responsibility.  Weaving in a historically separate incident, playwright Frank Basloe dramatizes a campus scandal in order to burrow deeper into the ways conformity can push us to act against our conscience.

Feb 3 – Feb 28, Mon & Wed-Sat @ 7pm, Sat @ 2pm, Sun @ 5pm 

Special Discount Code for Secret Science Members:
Use SECRETPLEASE to get $20 tickets until February 3. Reserve your ticket here.
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