Science on Tap: 2014
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John Lundberg talked about Kryptoglanis shajii, a subterranean catfish.
Ben Gross provided a “behind the screens” tour of the science and history of the LCD.
Keith Thomson discussed Benjamin Franklin’s most famous experiment, which supposedly involved a kite and a key.
Adam D. Zolkover explored the intermingling of science and history in the kitchen—and some of the practical aspects of fermentation for home cooks today.
March 10, 2014
Eric Schelter discussed the intersection of rare-earth metals with clean energy and the dark side of their exploitative mining and processing.
Ken Lacovara, Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science, Drexel University, discussed technology in paleontology.
Dave Goldberg gave a half-hour primer on the Higgs boson.