Want to learn more about poop? Maybe you do and you just haven’t thought about it until now. Gastroenterologist Ari Grinspan will be giving a lecture on how to maintain gut health and the exciting future of fecal transplants (yep). This will be happening on January 3rd at 7pm at the American Museum of Natural History’s Cullman Hall of the Universe.
Learn more about poop expert Ari Grinspan here.
More upcoming events at the AMNH (that have nothing to do with poop).
A Night at the Museum Sleepover
January 5th from 5:45pm to 9am.
For ages 6 to 13, enjoy an overnight adventure at the museum! You will be given flashlights and can expect to explore spooky corners of our history. There will also be a screening of Earthflight at the LeFrak Theater. Food will be included.
Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
January 8th at 7:30pm
Author and cosmologist Max Tegmark offers a lecture about the future of artificial intelligence. A book signing will follow.
One Step Beyond (live music + booze)
January 26th from 9pm to 1am
Enjoy beer, wine and live music by Toro Y Moi, Nathaniel Jay and Working Women. This will be happening at the Rose Center for Earth and Space.
Astronomy Live: NASA Missions
January 30th at 7pm
Take in images from NASA’s most recent missions. Hosted by Emily Rice and Mark Popinchalk.