Science on Tap

Science on Tap is a Science Café. Science Cafés are events that take place in casual settings such as pubs and coffeehouses, are open to everyone, and feature an engaging conversation with a scientist (and in our case, other researchers) about a particular topic. Each session will be held 5:30-6:30 pm at Table & Tap located at 555 S. Saginaw Street, Downtown Flint.
The schedule for Winter 2018 is listed below; albeit subject to change especially if the weather doesn't cooperate:

January 30     VERONICA MOORMAN, KETTERING CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY, Using molecular biophysics to understand fundamental biological questions.

February 13   JULIE BROADBENT, UM-FLINT PSYCHOLOGY, A comparison of excessive cell phone use and drug addiction.

March 6          JILL WITT, UM-FLINT BIOLOGY, Assessing population and distribution of Michigan's pine  marten, 30-years post reintroduction.

March 20       GREG LAURENCE, UM-FLINT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, Sounds and Stuff: Inquiries into Person-Workspace Interaction.

April 3            RICK SADLER, MSU PUBLIC HEALTH, State Urban Planning Policy as a Cause of the Flint Water Crisis.

April 17          MICHELLE AMMERMAN, KETTERING APPLIED BIOLOGY, Biogas optimization utilizing different substrates for anaerobic co-digestion.

May 1            GREG RYBARCZYK, UM-FLINT GEOGRAPHY, PLANNING & ENVIRONMENT, Mapping ethnic food access in Flint, Michigan.