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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!

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

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

Clemson: Viva Wine Bar, 168 Exchange St, Pendleton, SC 29670 (new location as of January 2018)
Greenville: Coffee Underground, 1 East Coffee St., Greenville SC 29601

Katherine Freeman

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

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  • Clemson Schedule

    May 9
    Are Human Pathogens Always Harmful for Us?  How to “tame” human pathogens to benefit healthcare.
    Zhicheng Dou, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University

    June 13 
    To pool or not to pool  An overview of pool testing methodologies ranging from the counterfeit coin problem to modern infectious disease screening.
    Chris McMahan, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Clemson University

    July 11
    Hydrogen for Energy; Fuel-Cell-Powered Cars and some Related Clemson Research
    This talk will discuss the use of hydrogen for electric vehicles and some related research from Clemson on materials for hydrogen energy technology.
    Steve Creager, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University

  • Greenville Schedule

    May 28
    Double-Dipping and Other Disgusting Habits
    Paul Dawson, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences, Clemson University

    June 25
    The Science of Dreams
    A discussion of the latest research on why and how we dream.
    Erin Wamsley, Department of Psychology, Furman University

    July 30
    Seeing the Light With X-RAYS
    Tricks to emulate Superman’s incredible ability to read hidden writing with X-rays, applied to biomedical research.
    Jeffrey Anker, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University