Jacksonville Science Symposium
The FIRST Jacksonville Science Symposium is scheduled for
February 21st - 26th
Orange Park Lions Club
423 McIntosh Ave., Orange Park, FL 32073
The Jacksonville Science Symposium is an evening lectureship appropriate for the whole family or date night.
Each evening features a different expert and a different field of study. Speakers engage the audience with their warm personalities and multimedia presentations for 50 minutes and then accept 10-15 minutes of questions from the audience.
Sunday evening at 6pm local Mathematician J. Arnold brings a little magic to Mathematics as he tells us all about
Fibonacci Numbers and Sequence Patterns in Nature.
Monday evening at 6:30pm the DiPietro brothers engage in a “Wild Kratts”-Style, fast-paced dialogue about
Dinosaurs: The Land That Once Was
Tuesday evening at 6:30pm Dr. Stephen Grable founder of the Complementary Care Center brings his warm, conversational style to Covid-19 Vaccines: Helpful or Harmful? Information so YOU can Decide
Thursday evening at 6:30pm Dr. Samuel Brown of Brown Fertility talks us through
The iVF Process, Dispelling Common Myths About Fetal Development, and Embryo Donor “Adoption”
Friday evening at 6:30pm Dr. H.E. “Buddy” Payne, Harvard-educated science educator and now current President of Florida College will amaze us with
Design at the Microscopic Level: The Incredible Cell
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