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CLOSED! Win a spot in Designing Dining or Instruments Inside Out at Bard Graduate Center

*Congrats to Tess and Gina!*

We're super excited to offer you lucky Brainery students the chance to win a spot in one of two great upcoming Bard Graduate Center workshops: Designing Dining or Instruments Inside Out. Each 3-session workshop is a $250 value!

Check out the flyers below for workshop info:



If you're interested in attending, please leave a comment below telling us which workshop you'd like to...

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Spring Classes with Genspace

This spring, we're partnering with Genspace to bring you two unique class opportunities:

March 21-24Biohacker Boot Camp

In this intensive course, you'll get to extract your own DNA, analyze ancestry through bioinformatics, splice genes into bacteria, and much more.

April 10, 17 and 24: Biotechnology Crash Course

This class will cover the basics of biotechnology and where it's heading before getting right into wet lab work,...

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Job Opening - Apply by Feb 29th!

We're looking for someone to help out around the Brainery. It's part-time (12-15 hours a week, $14/hour), entirely at the Brainery, and involves all kinds of super glamorous* and not-so-glamorous things. 

• Being in charge of the space during classes on the following days:
   - Saturday or Sunday, daytime (6-8 hours, varies a bit week to week)
   - Wednesday evenings, 5-10:30pm

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Help us support ExpandED Schools on Leap day!

Early astronomers reimagined time to give us an extra day every four years. ExpandED Schools, a nonprofit working to close the learning gap, reimagines time to give kids extra opportunities every day of the week. 

On February 29, we will be partnering with ExpandED Schools to celebrate Leap Day (an ExpandED year!) Proceeds from your participation in a Brainery class on February 29 will help close the...

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Masters of Social Gastronomy: The Flavor Battles!

On February 25, MSG will take on the history and science of imitation ingredients at the brand-new Museum of Food and Drink

Sarah will explore the history of artificial food, covering medieval "meat pitchers" and the early 20th-century chemists known as the "Poison Squad" who tested the safety of food additives by ingesting them in large quantities. Soma will dig into the science behind artificial flavorings, from what...

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