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Sunday, January 13 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm

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Quiz-o-Tron is the world’s greatest science-themed comedy panel quiz show of all time! The show pits scientists against comedians in a rapid-fire competition that tests both knowledge and wit. Since 2010, the show has been entertaining audiences while simultaneously educating them and sometimes disgusting them. Very rarely, audience members are forced to reconsider their own relative insignificance in the universe and wonder what it all truly means. $20, All Ages

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Dr. Jennifer McCreight

Dr. Jennifer McCreight received her PhD in Genome Sciences and is in charge of research communication at 23andMe. In her past life as an atheist activist and D-list blogger, she's most well known for making a scientific boob joke good enough to land on the Colbert Report.
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Dr. Jonathan Foley

Dr. Jonathan Foley is the Executive Director of Project Drawdown — the world’s leading source of climate solutions — and is a world-leading environmental scientist, author, and speaker.
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Keith Lowell Jensen

Keith Lowell Jensen writes autobiographical fan fiction. He is funny, and sincere, and is trying to be a good human.He will add to his pile of comedy albums and specials when he records, "Not For Rehire" for 800 Pound Gorilla Records in February of 2019.In 2018 Jensen's first book... Read More →
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Kiry Shabazz

Kiry Shabazz is a stand-up from Cleveland, now based in LA. Kiry started comedy in Northern California and quickly became a regular at the Punchline, Rooster T Feathers, and Cobb's. In 2017, Kiry was one of 1,250 stand ups who auditioned at open calls for the annual Stand Up NBC Competition... Read More →
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Rebecca Watson

Rebecca Watson is the founder of the "Skepchick Network," a collection of sites focused on science and critical thinking. She has written for outlets such as Slate, Popular Science, and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. In addition to hosting Quiz-o-Tron, a rowdy, live quiz show... Read More →
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Steve Silberman

Steve Silberman is a writer and contributing editor for Wired who covers science and society. His book "NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity" explores neurodiversity and the link between autism and genius.

Sunday January 13, 2019 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Gateway Theatre 215 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

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