Science on Screen:
Dough at Real Art Ways

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Science on Screen:

Real Art Ways Science on Screen® season invites you to experience the unique combination of a feature film and a relevant talk from a notable local figure in science.

Dough is sweet, often funny and always non-threatening, a movie for those who wish the intractable realities of the world would just disappear.” – NY Times

An old Jewish baker (Jonathan Pryce) sees his struggling business boom when his young apprentice (Jerome Holder) accidentally drops marijuana into the dough.

Two men in a bakery from the movie Dough

Pre-Film Talk | 6:30 PM 

The Chemistry of Cannabis: The Binding of Cannabinoid Compounds in the Brain and Cannabis’s New Role in Public Health with Dr. Jeff Rawson, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University.

Speaker Bio:

Jeff Rawson received a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Duke University in 2014. He was a research fellow at Jülich Research Center in Germany from 2015-2018, where he supervised one bachelor thesis and two master theses. Now a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, Dr. Rawson has mentored about ten graduate students and several undergraduates.

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Science on Screen is an initiative of the COOLIDGE CORNER THEATRE, with major support from the ALFRED P. SLOAN FOUNDATION.

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