Ashland Science on Tap

 

About Science on Tap

What:

Science on Tap offers anyone the opportunity, for the price of a glass of beer or cup of coffee, to explore the latest news in science and technology

When:

3rd Tuesday of every month, 6:30 P.M.

Where:

Deep Water Grille -

South Shore Brewery

Address:

808 W. Main St.

City:

Ashland, WI

Who’s Invited:

Everyone!

Science on Tap is FREE and open to the public!

Contact:

Send us speaker suggestions or other feedback: info@ashlandscience.org


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Ashland Science on Tap was profiled on the NOVA Science Cafe website in March 2012

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AND

Ashland Science on Tap was featured in the Winter 2012 edition of Wisconsin People and Ideas Magazine

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Hello Friends of Science!

Ashland Science on Tap does not happen without our scientist speakers. We are always looking for more presenters, so please contact us with suggestions for people who love to talk about their work in science!

TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 6:30 P.M.


“Why Explore the Ocean Floor?”


Theresa spent three weeks working on a NOAA ship, the Okeanos Explorer,  learning how and why we explore the ocean.  The purpose of the expedition was to map the area near the Puerto Rico Trench which set the stage for underwater exploration with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV).  Come and check out the mission highlights!

Theresa Paulson, M.S.

Science Teacher

Ashland High School/Ashland Charter School, 2015 NOAA Teacher at Sea


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 6:30 P.M.


“Neutrinos: To See the Tiny, We Need to GO BIG!”


Adam has presented several times at the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium at UMD and will describe his work on neutrinos with the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago, and at Minnesota’s Particle Detector near Ash River. Don’t miss this one, it’s rare for us to get a physicist to leave the laboratory!

Adam Moren

Graduate Student

Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota-Duluth