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Anecdotal Evidence


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Ever wondered what twists and turns in a person’s life ultimately lead to a passionate career as a scientist? Or what stories lie behind the data? Or how non-scientists experience science?

Anecdotal Evidence is a live storytelling series where people share stories of how they experience science in their lives. They are human stories around the very broad theme of science. Stories of failure, fieldwork, love, death, cosmic loneliness and more. The stories are filled with humour, humanity, and sometimes even science.

Come to The Vancouver Aquarium to hear stories from real life Marine Scientists!

To hear stories from previous events check out the Anecdotal Evidence podcast here: anecdotalevidence.ca/listen/

Food is included in your ticket price! There will also be a cash bar.

Any questions contact Ruth Sharpe on ruth.sharpe@ocean.org or 604-659-3497


November 9, 2017


7:30 p.m. (doors 7pm)


Vancouver Aquarium 


$15 - early bird, $20 - regular
Age 19+ only

Any unsold tickets will be for sale at the door (cash only)

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Thank you to our partners:

  •  Anecdotal Evidence
  • Ocean Leaders - UBC

Ocean Wise public programs offers participants opportunities to further their knowledge and explore their curiosity of the ocean directly with ocean experts and moves participants along the conservation continuum.


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