Science Cafe: Dark Matter; Adults with Developmental Disabilities in the Workforce

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You probably have heard of Dark Matter, that unknown substance that makes up most of the universe? But what if Dark Matter isn't real? Or what if it's based on wrong physics? Join us for a Science Cafe Edition of The Sound of Ideas  as Case Western Reserve University astronomy chair Stacy McGaugh explains why understanding Dark Matter matters. Plus, details on local efforts to integrate developmentally disabled adults into the workforce.

 

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Science Cafe: Monday, March 13th at Music Box Supper Club at 7:00pm, Free Admission

Topic: Dark Matter or Modified Gravity? What the Acceleration Scale in Galaxies Suggests

Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Koinonia Homes Employment Services

Guests: 

-Dr. Stacy McGaugh, Chair, Department of Astronomy, Case Western Reserve University 

-Tim Hanserd, General Manager, Maggiano's Little Italy

-Steve Fluharty, Workforce Developer, Koinonia

-Jared Daly, Coordinator of Employer Engagement Services, Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities

-Ann Smith, Employee, Yours Truly

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