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WHAT
A forum where people come to learn about and discuss recent discoveries in science and technology while having fun! An expert will give an informal talk for 20-30 minutes, followed by Q&A and discussion. Attendees can get up, eat or refresh their beverages at any time. Science on Tap is FREE and open to all ages!

WHEN
Plan to join us at our next gathering. See the schedule of speakers below.
Clemson: On the 2nd Thursday of each month, 6:30-7: 45 pm
Greenville: On the 4th Tuesday of each month, 6:30 -7:45 pm

Point Galss for Science on Tap at Clemson University, Clemson SC

WHERE
Clemson: Viva Wine Bar, 168 Exchange St, Pendleton, SC 29670 
Greenville: Coffee Underground, 1 East Coffee St., Greenville SC 29601

CONTACT
Katherine Freeman
krfreem@clemson.edu 

Read the Seneca Journal article on Science on Tap, Liquid Learning: Monthly forum serves up sips and science

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  • Clemson Schedule

    January 9, 2020
    Everyone is a "Math Person"
    A discussion on what it means to learn and do mathematics, what counts as evidence of it, and why it matters.
    Nicole Bannister, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Clemson University

    February 13
    Coming to a Community Near You: “Empowered Students Change the World and Themselves”
    Does your community have problems? Let’s discuss how project-based learning helps students build 21st-century skills by solving complex real-world community problems.
    David Vaughn, College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Science, Director of Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries, Clemson University

    March 12
    Health and Diet
    The biggest healthcare/dietary change in our lifetime is in progress. A discussion about what you need to know.
    Jon Hoskin, retired, Ph.D. food science, Clemson University

    April 9
    Paul Meza-Morales, Post doctoral fellow, Department of Chemical Engineering, Clemson University

  • Greenville Schedule

     

    January 28, 2020
    Health and Diet
    The biggest healthcare/dietary change in our lifetime is in progress. A discussion about what you need to know.
    Jon Hoskin, retired, Ph.D. food science, Clemson University

    February 25
    Forget your fears! Individual differences in fear extinction
    Explore how the cholinergic system and cortico-amygdalar pathways can underlie individual differences in fear resulting from traumatic experiences and the ability to extinguish fear.
    Sarah Tyron, Post doctoral fellow, USC School of Medicine

    March 24
    Reimagining Our Neighborhoods Through Smart City Planning: Demographics, Change, Remote Sensing & AI
    Bjorn Brooks, research associate, NCICS, co-founder, Perceptual Informatics

    April 28
    Coordinated Catastrophe: The tug-of-war between the virus and its host.
    Explore how viruses shut down normal activities in host cells and some recent deadly outbreaks. Explore how viruses shut down normal activities in host cells and discuss recent deadly outbreaks.
    Anita Nag, Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering, USC Upstate

    May 26
    Why are Leaves Green? … and New Frontiers in Solar Photovoltaics
    Explore the fascinating interplay of light and electrons and discover new ways to convert light into electricity.
    Paul Wagenknecht, Department of Chemistry, Furman University