Join us for a presentation by Edward A. Sierra Marie Curie’s Life & WorkA scientist and early pioneer of radioactivity, Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the first person and only woman to win the Nobel twice. Curie is also still the only person awarded a Nobel Prize inContinue reading “Marie Curie’s Life & Work- by Edward A. Sierra”
Though famously indifferent to fame, Einstein was someone we would today call a “rock star”. His Theory of General Relativity is one of the greatest triumphs of a single human mind. Transforming gravitation into geometry, it challenged our egocentric view of the Universe and created an exciting new form of astronomy. Stephen Rosen is aContinue reading “Albert Einstein: Rock Star, with Stephen Rosen”
East Hampton Library Solar Eclipse Viewing Party Monday 8/21, eclipse begins at 1:24 PM and ends at 4:01 PM. Maximum Sun coverage occurs at 2:46 PM We have a limited number of Eclipse glasses, so arrive early to receive your pair.
SAVE THE DATE – APRIL 22…. Noon Where have all the horseshoe crabs gone in Northwest Harbor and Peconics? Presenter: Matthew Sciafani, PhD of the Cornell University Extension Center Matthew Sciafani will give a presentation on practical facts regarding horseshoe crabs (e.g. medical uses from the blood and shells); challenges in restoring them in localContinue reading “Matthew Sciafani, presentation “Where have all the horseshoe crabs gone in Northwest Harbor and Peconics?””