What do they talk about at Science on Tap?

What do they talk about at Science On Tap?  Here is a list of previous Science on Tap topics. Topics at Science on Tap, second Monday night of each month at National Mechanics (22 South 3rd St in Philadelphia):

  • “Chile Peppers: Heat and History”
  • “Underwater Communications: Fiber Optics & Whale Songs”
  • “Imaging the Body Abnormal: Art & Artifice in Historical Medical Photography”
  • “Shocking Streams and Freaky Fish”
  • “Fermentation: The Amazing Mother of it All in Wine and Beer”
  • “Living the High Life: Insights on the Private Lives of Giraffes”
  • “The Disappearing Spoon and Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements”
  • “Yellow Fever Epidemics in Philadelphia”
  • “Fertilizer: More Than Just The Brown Stuff”
  • “Bedtime Stories for Fido: Life in a Biodiversity Laboratory”
  • “A Toast to Fixing the Sky”
  • “The Association of Creative Zoology”
  • “The Burke and Hare Murders: Sixteen Good Reasons Not to Drink Whisky with Strangers”
  • “The Slippery Facts About Oil Spills”
  • “The Search for the Other Earth”
  • “What’s in the Air? Low-tech Tools for Finding Out”
  • “The Impact of Meteors on the Origin and Early Evolution of Life”
  • “Imperialism and the Family Business: Population Structure and Political Change on the Central Coast of Peru”
  • “The Origin and Evolution of Beer”
  • “Dinosaur Studies in China”
  • “Embracing Darwin”
  • “Dramatic Evolution: Bringing Science to the Stage”
  • “No Family History: Investigating What’s Behind the Breast Cancer Epidemic”
  • “Bringing Physics to Physicians”
  • “Cold Hard Science: Fossil Discoveries in the Canadian Arctic and the Origin of Limbed Animals”
  • “The Unknown Skeleton – Forensic Anthropology and the Unsolvable Case”
  • “How the Tortoises Got their Shells and the Finches Got their Beaks: The Role of Evo-Devo in Solving Darwin’s Dilemmas”
  • “Take Some Fruit and Pass the Seeds”