Science on Tap - former presenters

January 2018
Avalanche Science 101
Dr. Ethan Greene - Director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC)

February 2018
How to Make Friends & Influence Wildfires
Dr. Jim Roberts - Atmospheric Research Chemist NOAA

March 2018
Saving Our Historic Treasures from Corrosion
Chrissy Henderson – Materials Director, Bureau of Reclamation

April 2018
The Microbial Ecology of Our Homes
Noah Fierer - Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder
 
May 2018
Geomagnetics - Force that Surrounds & Guides Us

TEAM PRESENTATION:
By the NOAA/CIRES Geomagnetism Team
Rick Saltus - CIRES Research Geophysicist - interprets lithospheric magnetic anomalies.
Manoj Nair - CIRES Research Geophysicist - models and studies dynamic geomagnetic variation.
Bob Marshall - CU Aerospace Engineering Professor - makes space-based measurement of geophysical phenomena
 

June 2018
Deodorant, Cleaning Products & Smog
TEAM PRESENTATION:
Matt Coggon, Brian McDonald, and Jessica Gilman - atmospheric scientists with the University of Colorado and the NOAA Chemical Sciences Division


July 2018
The Arctic Meltdown!
Mark C. Serreze - Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU), a fellow of the CU Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), and Director of the CIRES National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)


August 2018
The World of Sharks
Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza - Executive Director of Ocean First Institute


September 2018
Space Weather & the Aurora
Dr. Rodney Viereck, Director of NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center


October 2018
The Math Behind the Night Sky
Dr. Patrick Cullis - research associate in the Ozone & Water Vapor group in NOAA’s Global Monitoring Division


November 2018
Reevaluating Colorado's Iconic 14ers
Dr. Derek van Westrum – Manager NOAA Gravity Lab - Table Mountain facility


December 2018
Extinction isn't always final- CO Native trout
Dr. Kevin Rogers, Aquatic Research Scientist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife

January 2019
Country boys versus city slickers: why growing up on a farm may increase stress resilience
Christopher A. Lowry, Ph.D. Associate Professor in the Department of Integrative Physiology and Center for Neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder

February 2019
The vanishing world of the polar bear
Dr. Jennifer Kay Assistant Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

March 2019
NOAA Data Visualization: The world at your fingertips
Hilary Peddicord, Data Director, NOAA Global Systems Division

April 2019
Lightening Science
Paul Schlatter: President of the National Weather Association /
Science and Operations Officer for the National Weather Service’s Boulder Weather Forecast Office

Phil Broscovak: Veteran Rock Climber and lightning strike survivor of Boulder. Author of Rock and Ice.


May 2019
Hail Season in Colorado
Dr. Andreas Prein - Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory in the Capacity Center for Climate & Weather Extremes at NCAR

Hours

Monday 4-9pm

Tuesday 4pm-9pm

Wednesday 4pm-10pm

Thursday 3pm-10pm

Friday 2pm-10pm

Saturday 1pm-10pm

Sunday 1:30-7pm

Map

Entrance located on West side of property. Enter via second left on Winchester Circle. Drive around the building for parking. Main entrance on the north/east side of the building. Google Maps provides inaccurate parking directions. GBC GoogleMap