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Tiny Nightlife

This week, we’re shrinking NightLife down to size with a celebration of all things tiny, miniature, and microscopic.

Interested in downsizing and shrinking your footprint? Learn about the how-tos and challenges of living that tiny home lifestyle.

See what NASA advisor and Spacehack.org founder Ariel Waldman found when she traveled to Antarctica for 5 weeks to film microbes living under the ice.

Get up close and personal with microscopic organisms with the San Francisco Microscopical Society and Merritt Microscopy.

And if tiny insects that live in giant colonies are your thing, you can learn about the complex genetics, behavior, and chemical ecology of ants with UC Berkeley researcher Kelsey Scheckel.

Thursday, 05/23/19

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California Academy of Sciences

55 Music Concourse Dr.
San Francisco, CA 94118
USA


Phone: (415) 379-8000
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