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The Science of Food in Minecraft

  30-Jul-2021      12:00PM
Live Event
30
Jul

Food is delicious. But have you thought about the effort that goes into the food you eat every day? From the fruits and vegetables that make it to your door to the delicious treats and cookies that sit in your cupboard, they’re all created through an understanding of biology, food chemistry, and a desire to make something delicious.

Join Drs. Sophie Calabretto and Michael Kasumovic in this live show as we explore the science of food in Minecraft! We’ll be trying to survive the hoards of monsters by creating our own farm and talking about the science behind the food we’re creating. We’ll have some awesome with our special guests as well – tune in to find out!


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: ARLUDO


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  30-Jul-2021    12:00PM   + Google Calendar  + iCal Export

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Name: MIchael Kasumovic

Phone: 0401090071

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Website: https://arludo.com

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