Science Cafe at NMSU
April 24 at 5:30 PM
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
411 North Main Street
“Can we grow enough food in New Mexico to feed all our people?” is one of the questions to be discussed at Science Café, 5:30PM on April 24. Dr Mark Uchanski, NMSU professor of vegetable physiology, will look at our production capacity and explain what crops we are able to produce in abundance on available arable land. Learn if we are meeting own needs and to what extent New Mexico can contribute to others. Find out about factors contributing to farming production increases and reductions.
Sigma Xi’s Science Café is presented by the Scientific Research Society, in cooperation with the Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science. The Café discussions are free and presented to advance greater public understanding and use of available science. Students and all those seeking greater knowledge of current science are encouraged to be at the Science Café.