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TEEN SCIENCE CAFE: LATINXS IN STEM: LIFE DECODING

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Have you ever wondered how math could be used to decipher coded messages? Dr. Andrea Duhon, an assistant professor at Marshall University, will explain the vital connection between math and cryptography (the art of writing or solving codes). During this café, we will learn some principles of number theory in basic encryption and decoding and how principles of cryptography can be applied to life.

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GOING VIRAL

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Join scientist Adam Hoppe to hear about the genetics of COVID-19 and why it infects cells!

INDIGENOUS SCIENCE

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What is Indigenous Science? Over many generations, Indigenous peoples developed and passed on important knowledge about ecosystems, agriculture, weather, medicine and more. This café will highlight examples of Indigenous Science and explore what these knowledge systems teach us about environmental management, sustainability, and life in a rapidly changing world.

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