Pub Science is presented by the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery to engage lifelong learners in our community. Each month, the Museum will bring engaging speakers to an informal environment in the Dayton area. This is an opportunity to learn about science in a relaxed, fun environment. Pub Science is not a lecture, but instead a conversation with experts hoping to share their research and passion for their work. June’s “class” will be held at Blind Bob’s in the Oregon District on Tues, June 8th starting at 7pm.
This month, they’ve enlisted the expertise of one of the area’s top experts on regional ecology! Dr James Runkle of the Biology department at WSU will share his research about changes in the ecology of Ohio forests. Enjoy a talk about invasive species and the growth in population of certain wild animals in our area. Get an up close look at artifacts and examples and engage in conversation with one of the top experts in local forest ecology.
Please spread the word to nature lovers, science enthusiasts, and anyone who might enjoy a tall frosty glass of beer or a snack with a light side of science.
There is no cover charge for the evenings; however, donations will be accepted at the door. In addition, participants can order food and/or drinks from the establishment where the event is held. Don’t forget to tip your server!