Teen Science Cafés Are Back!

Cafes will be held in person at the Daily Planet Cafe and streamed online on YouTube. Register for ONLINE participation to receive the link.

Teen Science Cafés bring teens together in an informal setting to learn about science and technology. Cafés happen from 6pm to 7pm the first Friday of each month during the school year. Each café will include a scientist presentation, an interactive activity relating to the discussion, a Q&A session, and time to socialize with other teens that enjoy science. This program is recommended for participants ages 11–17. This is a FREE event. Registration is required for online participation.

Want to get involved in planning and leading Teen Science Cafes? Apply today to become a Cafe Coordinator!

Upcoming Cafes

  • March 4, 2023: Our Neighbor, The Moon with Dr. Patrick Treuthardt
  • April 21, 2023: Chemistry & Making New Medicine, with Dr. Erin Baker, Associate Professor at NCSU

Couldn’t make it to a past Café? Don’t worry! All of our past Teen Science Cafés were recorded and shared on our YouTube channel.

View past Cafés on YouTube!

Teen Science Cafés Online