Science on Tap, Dec. 6th: Swarming Insects & Artificial Intelligence

In a couple of weeks, after you’ve recovered from your Thanksgiving food coma but before the big Christmas binge begins, you should come on out and join us for a big ol’ slice of science. On Wednesday, December 6th, we’ve Read More …

Science on Tap-Minocqua to Discuss the Benefits and Risks of GMOs

One of the hottest topics surrounding the food we eat these days is what to think about GMOs. Some groups claim they create “Frankenfoods,” while others say they’re our best bet for feeding the world. Science on Tap-Minocqua, the popular Read More …

This Thanksgiving Put More Science in Your Diet with Science on Tap “Shorts”

We here at the Center for Limnology want to wish all of our readers safe travels as they head toward the tables of friends and family this week. But we also want to make sure you’ve got a balanced diet. Read More …

Maggie Turnbull Brings Search for Habitable Planets to “Science on Tap”

A typical work day for Maggie Turnbull might involve watching the birds in her backyard, heading out for a long cross-country ski, or working at the farmer’s market she helped found in Antigo, the small northern Wisconsin town she calls Read More …

“Science on Tap” a Smashing Success

Even “standing room only” wasn’t enough. As if the lively chatter, hearty laughter and spontaneous rounds of applause weren’t proof, the line of people snaking out the door of the Minocqua Brewing Company‘s Divano Lounge confirmed that interest was alive Read More …

Introducing “Science on Tap”

The University of Wisconsin’s Trout Lake Station and Kemp Natural Resources Station are announcing a new monthly event called “Science on Tap” at the Minocqua Brewing Company. For several decades, both research stations have studied the land and lakes of Read More …