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Event details

Starting the march! Led by Directors Alejandra (Left) and Madison (Right)

Houston, at its core, is a city built on science. From NASA, the Texas Medical Center - the largest medical center in the world, the many world renowned educational institutions that encompass any science field you can imagine, to the oil and gas industry, our region predominantly relies upon science. The policies recently adopted will directly affect the scientific community of our city. On April 22nd we joined forces to fight for our scientists, our people and for the integrity of fact-based science.

March for Science – Houston took place on April 22nd, 2017 at Sam Houston Park and Houston City Hall.

Marchers arriving at Houston City Hall

MUSICAL GUEST: Tulipfinger



Dr. Huda Zoghbi, MD, PhD, Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics, Molecular and Human Genetics, Neurology and Neuroscience. Baylor College of Medicine. Director of the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (NRI) at Texas Children's Hospital
‍Dr. Ronald DePinho, MD, Cancer Biology, 4th President at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Moon Shots Program.

‍Gabriel Poveda, 10th Grade, Student Contest Winner.


Dr. Patrice Yarbough, PhD, Principal Investigator of NASA HERA Project‍
Cyrus Ghaznavi, Higher Education Student Contest Winner, Biological Sciences. Rice University Class of 2017.‍
Dr. Laurence Yeung, Ph.D, Physical Chemistry, Earth Science. Rice University‍
‍ John Russell Moffitt, Astrophysicist, Earth Scientist and Computer Scientist
‍Annika O'Brien, Celebrity Roboticist
Dr. Brian Bruel, MD, Interventional Pain Medicine Physician and Director of Pain Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine.‍

John Scaramucci, Hoofstock Keeper at Houston Zoo‍
Ayesha Khan, PhD Student, Microbiology. The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston‍
‍Bill Bray, Naval Architect and Marine Engineer. Citizens' Climate Lobby’s Delegate to ExxonMobil
Dr Reagan Flowers, PhD, founder and CEO of C-STEM Teacher and Student Support Services, Inc. Managing partner of Education Consulting Services, LLC‍
Dr. Andreas S. Tolias, PhD, Neuroscientist, Artificial Intelligence. Baylor College of Medicine‍


Baylor College of Medicine and MD Anderson Postdoc Associations

Rice University Students

Houston SOAR – Science Outreach and Responsible Stewardship

Girl Scouts

UT School of Dentistry

AWIS GCH - Association for Women in Science Gulf Coast Houston – www.awisgch.org/

Pheramor Inc. – www.pheramor.com

American Chemical Society – www.acsghs.wildapricot.org

Bayou Preservation - www.bayoupreservation.org/

Be The Match - https://join.bethematch.org/HoustonTX

Citizens' Climate Lobby - CCL – www.citizensclimatelobby.org/

Tetra Tech - www.tetratech.com/

Houston Oasis - www.houstonoasis.org/

SolarCity - share.solarcity.com/marchforsciencehouston

350 Houston – www.world.350.org/houston/

SUPPORTERS: Check out our Supporters tab and thank the organizations who helped in some way to make this event possible.

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March information

DATE: April 22, 2017
LOCATION: Start: Sam Houston Park
End: Houston City Hall
Route: Check Event Information Tab
TIME: 11:00 AM

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