CALS speakers at Wednesday Night @ the Lab – March 11 and 18

Two CALS faculty are featured at the popular Wednesday Night @ the Lab series:

  • March 11, Public Perceptions of Nanotechnology-Dietram Scheufele, Professor-Departments of Life Sciences Communications and Sociology
  • March 18, Tracing the Genetic Roots of the Modern Potato-David Spooner, Professor-Department of Horticulture

All presentations begin at 7 pm, in 1111 Genetics/Biotechnology Center, 425 Henry Mall

Here’s the rest of spring line-up:

  • March 25, 2009: The International Year of Astronomy-Jim Lattis, Director-Space Place
  • April 1, Forum and Discussion on Energy and Nanotechnology-Materials Research and Engineering Center (MRSEC) Panel
  • April 2, SPECIAL THURSDAY PRESENTATION, Gary & Jim Hess, Frank J. Hess and Sons Cooperage-Wisconsin’s Largest Cooperage
  • April 8, Building Ice Cube: A Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole–Jeff Cherwinka, Instrument Innovator-Physical Sciences Laboratory
  • April 15, Teenagers, MySpace and Public Health-Megan Moreno, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics

The public is invited and welcome and there is free parking in nearby Lot 20.