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    • February 05, 2023
    • 4:00 PM
    • Book People and Zoom

    February Book Club: Timefulness

    Join the discussion on Sunday, February 5, 4:00 – 5:00pm Central, in-person at BookPeople or online via Google Meet (Meeting Link:

    Grab a copy of Timefulness by Marcia Bjornerud to join in January's book club discussion.

    If possible, please support our co-host BookPeople with your purchase!

    Want to learn more about the ATXSciRead Book Club or connect between meetings? Reach out to Laurie Duncan (
    • February 21, 2023
    • March 04, 2023
    • The University of Texas at Austin

    Attend the Texas Science Festival Feb. 21-March 4

    Join The University of Texas at Austin and science enthusiasts everywhere for talks, panels, demos and events happening both virtually and live on the UT campus. Award-winning scientists and thinkers from the university and beyond will join with leading voices in science communication, like Ed Yong, science writer for The Atlantic, Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass, KUT’s Two Guys Are your Head and Austin science writer Juli Berwald, for a series of events to connect audiences of all ages with STEM. Learn about the latest discoveries from the James Webb Space Telescope, promising new vaccines against RSV, co-existing with AI and much more. Registration opens in late January at

    • March 03, 2023
    • 6:00 PM
    • Easy Tiger at the Linc
    The Austin Texas Science Communicators invite you to a social meet-up at Easy Tiger at the Linc on Friday, March 3 at 6pm. Meet and mingle with Austin-area educators, artists, journalists, and other communicators to celebrate science!

    This social will be part of this year's Texas Science Festival program, organized by the University of Texas at Austin.

    Learn more at:

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ATXSciComm is a diverse, inclusive group of science communicators — including writers, artists, designers, producers, scientists, teachers, editors, creators, students, and more — based in Central Texas.

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