January 23, 2018
Science on Tap: Unlocking the invisible world of microbes
Held in a relaxed setting, Science on Tap features a brief, informal presentation by a K-State scientist followed by lively conversation. The goal is to build the community's enthusiasm for science in a fun and unique way. Science on Tap is organized through a partnership with the Graduate School, the Center for Engagement and Community Development, Sunset Zoo and Tallgrass Tap House.
This month will feature Ryan Hansen, an assistant professor in K-State's chemical engineering department, and Tom Platt, an assistant professor in the Division of Biology. Hansen and Platt collaborate to study the diversity of microbes and use micro- and nanotechnologies to help unlock the otherwise invisible world of microbes.
Science on Tap features a short introduction to the scientists' research, time to engage with fellow attendees around the research presented, then the event wraps up with a conversational Q&A period. The free, interactive program begins 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at Tallgrass Tap House, 320 Poyntz Ave. Be sure to let the Tap House staff know you are there for Science on Tap.
Other upcoming dates:
- Feb. 21
- March 28
- April 18