Geared primarily towards adults and teens, the Science After Hours series aims to provide the public with the latest in scientific research (particularly in the areas of ecology, food systems, biology, and sustainability) in action-packed, quick, and FREE presentations! Presenters are researchers from Washington State University, University of Idaho, other nearby Universities, and local organizations or agencies with something to share.
November’s Science After Hours will be hosted by Camas Prairie Winery on Thursday, November 5th from 7-8PM. The theme of the evening is “The Essential Element” focusing on the role of nitrogen in our world. Famous playwright and author, Arthur Miller, once said, “All we are is a lot of talking Nitrogen.” What does that even mean? Will you agree by the end of the evening? Find out with fabulous ignite-style presentations from WSU NSPIRE members: Isaac Madsen, Jacqueline Burgher, and Julian Reyes.
The evening is free and open to the public. All ages are welcome! Don’t miss this incredible community education event.