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Researchers Explain Physics and Physiology of Baseball at Local Café

Molecular Foundry scientist Jim Schuck and neuroscientist Adam Bristol will give a talk on “A Baseball Cocktail: One Part Physics and One Part Physiology” at the Actual Café in Oakland on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m. Shuck is the director of the Foundry’s Imaging and Manipulation of Nanostructures facility. As a child he wanted to be a pro baseball player, but today applies his physics insight to the game. Bristol, now a biotech hedge fund, played catcher in high school and college. The event is part of the Foundry’s Actual Science lecture series.

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