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!

“Microplastics Emerging Contaminants: A New Source of Toxic Compounds in Waters from Great Lakes and Oceans”


Dr. Rios Mendoza’s work is a primary reason microbeads have been banned in lotions, cosmetics and more. Come hear about her recent research!

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 6:30 P.M.

Lorena Rios Mendoza PhD

Associate Professor, Chemistry

Department of Natural Sciences

University of Wisconsin-Superior

TUESDAY MARCH 21, 6:30 P.M.

Matthew Cooper PhD

Research Scientist

Northland College

“What Does Lake Ice Seasonality Tell Us About Climate Change?”


Dr. Magnuson has long been a global leader in the study of inland waters and is a primary author on the UN Report on Climate Change. We are excited and honored to have him present.


This talk is presented in partnership with the UW Speakers Bureau.

TUESDAY APRIL 18, 6:30 P.M.

John Magnuson PhD

Professor Emeritus, Limnology

Department of Zoology

University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Coastal wetlands as ‘metabolic gates’, ‘pollution filters’, Swiss army knife habitats’, ‘biogeochemical hotspots’, and various other apt metaphors”


Let’s get together to find out which of these metaphors Dr. Cooper thinks is most apt!