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/// Other Cafés Scientifique

Duncan Dallas started it in Leeds in 1998:
http://www.cafe-sci.org.uk/

The UK Café Scientifique network, with links to individual cities and much interesting information:
http://www.cafescientifique.org/

/// North American Cafés Scientifique

A new Café Sci has started in Palo Alto; Web site with typically Californian production values:
http://www.cafescipa.org/

The New Scientist magazine has a Café Scientifique in Boston, and is working on establishing a network in the US. Useful tips on staring a Café, too:
http://www.newscientist.com/hottopics/
cafescientifique/us.jsp


There's a Café Sci in Pittsburgh:
http://www.cafescipgh.org/

A Café opened in Bozeman Montana in September 2004:
http://brin.montana.edu/index.php?id=11

Minneapolis has a new Café at the University's Bell Museum:
https://events.tc.umn.edu/event.pl?oid=380080

There's a Café that started in October 2004 in Vancouver:
http://www.cafesci-van.com/

Another Canadian Café is in London, Ontario, and run by The U. of Western Ontario:
http://www.fmd.uwo.ca/cafescientifique/

Seattle calls theirs "Science on Tap":
http://www.scienceontap.org/

The Café in Victoria, Texas:
For more information, call Richard Gunasekera at 361-570-4202

/// Cafés Philosophique

Here's a Café Philosophique operating in Derbyshire, UK, at Scarthin, "A bookshop for the Majority of Minorities":
http://dialspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/
rbd26/cafephil.htm


There was once a Café-Salon Philosophique in Boulder, Colorado:
http://www.indranet.com/arts/lcds/salon/salon.html

There's a sort of Café Skeptique meeting at The Old King's Head, a grungy pub near London Bridge station in London:
http://www.skeptic.org.uk/pub/

/// Interesting Science Sites

The Naked Scientists on the Beeb: A scary thought, but fortunately, it's radio. http://www.thenakedscientists.com/

The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions (and how to think critically about them)
http://skepdic.com/