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!

Please note that Ashland Science on Tap does not happen without our scientist speakers. We are always looking for more presenters, so please contact us with suggestions if you know someone who loves to talk about their work in science!

Dr. Stensvold and his wife Margaret Foss PhD, built a small, very energy efficient and earth friendly house near Port Wing. Come find out how it works!

TUESDAY AUGUST 19, 6:30 P.M.

TUESDAY JULY 15, 6:30 P.M.


“Designing a Small Residence Using Green Building Materials”

Mark Stensvold, PhD

President

Norda Education Systems

Michael Joyce is studying Pine Martens and their habitats as part of his graduate work. He will share some fascinating findings.

“Conserving Pine Marten Habitat: Where Do Pine Marten Sleep and Raise Their Young?”

Michael Joyce

Graduate Student

Integrated Biosciences Program, University of Minnesota Duluth

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 6:30 P.M.

Dr. Gessert has spent his career studying questions of palliative care and rural health decisions. He will share his findings based on much research.

“Rural-Urban Differences in End-of-Life Care: Fact or Artifact?”

Charles Gessert, M.D., M.P.H.

Recently Retired, Senior Research Scientist

Essentia Institute of Rural Health