Science on Tap: 5 Must-Have Skills for Gardening in Wisconsin

Jason Fishbach got the gardening bug thanks to a drought, a dry lakebed and a handful of green beans. Tonight at 6:30pm he will share the tips and tricks of gardening in Wisconsin for Science on Tap-Minocqua. Current or aspiring 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 …

Science on Tap Adds New Short-Format Series to Its Video Archives

On the first frigid Wednesday night of February, 2013, Science on Tap-Minocqua held  its first event at the Minocqua Brewing Company in northern Wisconsin. On February 3rd, we’ll mark the 3-year anniversary with a talk by Trina McMahon on the Read More …

Science on Tap: Jonathan Patz to Discuss Climate Change and Global Health

MINOCQUA, WI – On Wednesday, October 7th at 6:30pm, guests at the Minocqua Brewing Company will be able to raise a pint and raise their hands to ask a Nobel Prize-winning scientist about one of the biggest issues of our time. Read More …

Experts to Discuss Mining in the Penokee Range at Public Forum, June 5th

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/15/14 CONTACT: hinterthuer@wisc.edu Minocqua, WI – A final decision won’t be made for years but, already, the proposal to build an open-pit iron mine in Iron and Ashland counties has created a stir in Wisconsin. Politicians have 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 …

Our Cup Spilleth Over: Science on Tap Keeps Getting Better

When we arrived at the Minocqua Brewing Company that cold and snowy February night back in 2013, we weren’t sure what to expect from our first-ever science cafe event. “Science on Tap-Minocqua,” the brainchild of Trout Lake Station director, Tim 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 …