Science on Tap
Science on Tap is a monthly science café in Philadelphia for anyone interested in getting together with other people to discuss a range of engaging science topics. It is held the second Monday of (most) every month.
Located at National Mechanics, a relaxed, convivial bar in Old City, Science on Tap features a brief, informal presentation by a scientist or other expert followed by lively conversation. The goal is to promote enthusiasm for science in a fun, spirited, and accessible way, while also meeting new people. Come join the conversation!
Upcoming Science on Tap Events
- December 9, 2013
Charles Delwiche, “The Good, the Bad . . . the Algae?”
Presented by the American Philosophical Society Museum
Science on Tap is presented by a consortium of five Philadelphia institutions:
For more information, follow Science on Tap on Facebook, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full program information on past talks can be found on the pages listed below.
CHF looks forward to a new season of monthly Science on Tap events. See “Upcoming Science on Tap Events” above to learn more.
From plant breeding to prescription drug abuse, Science on Tap in 2012 explored the interaction between society and science.
Science on Tap’s topics in 2011 included the science of demonology, the history of yellow fever in Philadelphia, and stories from the periodic table.
From the frontier of the search for another earth to the grim history of a string of medical murders, the 2010 Science on Tap events uncovered the fascinating history and future of science and technology.
Science on Tap’s topics in 2009 included the cultural impact of Charles Darwin, the “movement” of plant life, and the discovery of fossils in Pennsylvania.