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Science Speakeasy - A Giant Advantage: Baseball in our Bones

July 12, 2017
6:00 pm
The Public Works SF

Explore the science of baseball at Science Speakeasy, a unique event that features expert speakers, delicious drinks, hands-on activities, and more. In this Science Speakeasy, we explore how our spear-throwing ancestors and our favorite baseball pitchers use the same evolutionary advantage to reach the top of their game. Evolutionary biologist Nathan Young of UCSF will discuss how the human shoulder evolved and how throwing works. Dr. Ken Akizuki, head orthopedic surgeon for the San Francisco Giants will share how he helps our Giants' pitchers in winning condition. Science Speakeasy is for ages 21+ with ID.

The Public Works SF

161 Erie St, San Francisco, CA
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