Physics junior Keith Böhler talks about time relativity and the measurement of the second, Feb. 8 during the Monday Night Science Cafe at El Hueso De Fraile coffee shop in downtown Brownsville. This event is held by the UTRGV Department of Physics on the first Monday of each month.
Biology senior Kristen Gomez gives a presentation on inflammatory breast cancer and explains that it is one of the most rare and aggressive types of breast cancers.
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Alejandra Zertuche presents the different coloring properties of henna tattoos when applied on the skin and hair.
Alejandra Zertuche applies a henna tattoo to the hand of one of the attendees last Monday during the Monday Night Science Caffee.
UTRGV students and members of the Brownsville community gathered Feb. 8 at El Hueso De Fraile in downtown Brownsville to enjoy beverages and science oriented presentations.