Celebrate the Arizona Bioscience Industry at Arizona Science Center!

Date/Time
Date(s) - 28 Sep 2012 until 28 Sep 2012
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Location
Arizona Science Center


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This Fall we have a lot to celebrate. 

Anniversaries, Leaders, Innovations and More.

None of it would be possible without the PEOPLE

who make up Arizona’s Bioscience Industry. 

Together we are AZBio.

We hope you and your families will join us to Celebrate the Arizona Bioscience Industry at Arizona Science Center!

This special celebration is free of charge to members of our bioscience community, AZBio Member Companies AND their families/guests.

The Arizona Science Center will be ours for the evening to enjoy.

 The Arizona Science Center will be closed to the general public for this special event.

Friday, September 28, 2012

5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

To register for up to 5 free tickets click here

Explore four floors of exciting, hands-on science experiences! Experience the thrill of live science demonstrations! Interact with over 300 exhibits!

Arizona Bioscience Industry employees  and guests are extended the following special offers:

  • Free general admission for Arizona Bioscience Industry Employees and up to four additional guests* (5 total per party)
  • Planetarium Shows
  • Special Presentation in the IMAX Theatre – “Living Beyond 100” – presented by Shane Burges, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona (Dean Burgess will begin the presentaion at 6:30 PM)
  • Hands-on, bioscience demonstrations and table-top activities
  • Much, much more!

Additional details forthcoming!

Living Beyond 100

Presented by Shane Burgess, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Science at the University of Arizona  

Shane Burgess, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of ArizonaFor most of human history, what we today consider a “reasonable life span” was a significant achievement for the average human. This remains the case in many parts of the world, but for westerners in particular, the magic age “100” is becoming a milestone to which many now realistically aspire. Our science has allowed us to immortalize cells and is giving us pointers to achieving much longer life spans. Medicine and nutrition are also making rapid progress, and in many cases what were terminal diseases are becoming treatable inconveniences. But if being alive well beyond 100 years is possible, is it really “living”? What if we haven’t planned to live that long; can we afford it? How will so many older citizens change our society? So, can we live beyond 100? The increasing numbers of centenarians affirm that the answer is “yes,” but what are these special people made of and how can we learn from them?

 

To register for up to 5 free tickets click here:  Select the total number of general admission tickets you would like and click “REGISTER”, then fill out the required information to complete the registration.

What to bring the day of your visit: Print your EventBrite confirmation email or EventBrite ticket to present upon arrival at the Science Center’s Admission Zone.

 

 


FAQs

What are my parking options?

Garage parking is available north of Arizona Science Center on 5th and Monroe streets at the Heritage  & Science Park Garage. Bring your parking ticket inside the Center where you can receive your discounted parking validation at the Information, Admission and Membership Zones. If the parking structure is full, you may park in the prepaid parking structure south of Arizona Science Center. Please tell them you are visiting Arizona Science Center to receive the discounted parking price.

Will the lines be longer than normal for this event?

Please be advised that due to the popularity of these events which include free general admission to Arizona Science Center, the lines may be longer than normal. Please plan accordingly.

Where can I find more information on what Arizona Science Center has to offer?

Please visit us at http://azscience.org!

Where can I contact the organizer with any additonal questions?

Contact Natalie Dominguez, Corporate and Foundation Stewardship Coordinator at Arizona Science Center, at dominguezn@azscience.org or 602.716.2012.

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