Science on Tap at Milwaukee Public Museum

Science on Tap at Milwaukee Public Museum

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Learning about the natural world and having some drinks

Milwaukee Public Museum’s Science on Tap series looks to answer questions you never knew you had about the natural world and educate you on a range of topics in a social setting. Plus, drinks.

Milwaukee Public Museum’s Science on Tap series is an informal lecture series that creates a social setting for learning about a handful of interesting topics. Some of the greatest minds in science have been featured at this lecture series. Past events have ranged from sports to dinosaurs to tsunamis to the emotional range of an octopus. The next event is June 16 and it will feature a conversation with Dr. Caroline VanSickle and her lecture titled, “Hips Don’t Lie: What the Pelvis Tells Us about Human Evolution.” This lecture follows the research of Dr. VanSickle and her discoveries on the front of human evolution.

Time: 6pm social hour, 7pm lecture
Cost: $10, $5 for members
Tickets: Call (414) 278-2728 or book them online