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SCIENCE CAFE: Exploring Why Prescription Drugs Are So High

March, 22nd 2017 | Posted in Community Events


Moe's Original BBQ - Downtown Mobile
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Science cafés are live—and lively—events that take place in casual settings. They are open to everyone, and feature an engaging conversation with a scientist or social scientist about a timely topic. All Science Cafes are held at Moe's Original BBQ at 701 Spring Hill Avenue in downtown Mobile. FREE admission! Please join the USA Archaeology Museum on Wednesday, March 22 for "Exploring Why Prescription Drug Costs Are So High" by USA professor Dr. Sandra Stenson at 6pm.

Phil Carr - (251) 460-6907 or pcarr@southalabama.edu




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