Science on Tap

Designed to appeal to all audiences, “Science on Tap” aims to connect the Ithaca community with scientists in an authentic seminar settingCome engage with physical, natural and social scientists on topics surrounding the latest and greatest research going on in your community and how it relates to you. Free to the public!

When: 7 PM, typically the last Wednesday of every month
Who: All who are curious, any age, free admission!
Where: Virtual for Spring 2021

For more information or accessibility requests please contact Rikki Laser or Bam Willoughby.

Upcoming Events

Dr. Noah Tamarkin

Wednesday, May 19 | 5 pm | RSVP here

Dr. Yangyang Cheng

Thursday, March 4th | 5 pm | RSVP | Add to your Google Calendar 

  • Science on Tap is BACK! After a brief COVID-induced hiatus, Science on Tap will be returning virtually, kicking off with a presentation by Dr. Yangyang Chen, a postdoctoral fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center. 
  • In times of geopolotical upheaval scientists become heroes, traitors, exiles, and architects of genocide. What happens when scientists leave their homeland in pursuit of professional advancement or refuge from war? How does one break down the barriers of knowledge in a world fractured by borders?

Are you a faculty member interested in giving a talk?

Past Events

For more information or accessibility requests please contact a SoT program coordinator, Michelle Kelley or Nancy Ruiz.

Sponsored by: Northstar HouseWHCU Radio
Funded by: Engaged Opportunity Grant

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