Story Collider @ LIVE this Thursday

Science and great storytelling come together again this Thursday when Story Collider comes back to Ann Arbor. This time we've taken the show out of the library to Live! located at 102 S. First Street (on the corner of First and Huron), but regulars can expect the same kinds of stories about science in people's lives. Storytellers sharing stories about Breakthroughs include:
-Ryan Burns, electronics engineer, founder and host of Ignite Ann Arbor, and president of the board of A2Geeks
-Jonathan Cohen, computer scientist and filmmaker
-Madeline Huberth, musician and acoustics student
-Christopher Roussi, senior research scientist at Michigan Tech University
-Aaron Santos, physicist and author
-Danielle Schultz, organic chemist

If you want to learn more about Story Collider and how it came about, check out our podcast interview with co-host and co-creator Brian Wecht. And if you missed previous installments, you can watch Story Collider Ann Arbor events from January, July, and last March from AADL in our Video on Demand collection.

Story Collider: Breakthroughs | Thursday, June 21 | 7pm | LIVE

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they dont even describe what its gonna be like

wow really?


It sounded like something interesting.


I'm not really into electric stuff, but I do like electronics...!