On Tuesdays, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is hosting free virtual science pubs via Facebook Live. The local science center has kicked off a new online series of short talks on topics such as geology, ethology and physics.
The virtual science pubs are free, but OMSI does encourage a $5 donation that can be made on their website.
Here are the descriptions and details about the upcoming virtual science pubs.
OMSI Virtual Science Pubs
The Science of Clean, Safe Drinking Water
Do you know where your tap water comes from? The Portland Water Bureau will share science behind treating and delivering safe drinking water to 700,000 Portland area residents along with regional wholesale customers. The virtual pub will explore the past, present and future of clean and safe drinking water.
This talk is Tuesday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m.
Virtual Science Pub: Living with Volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest
Active volcanoes distinguishes the Pacific Northwest from other regions of the United States. This interactive presentation will teach you about how volcanoes create dynamic and diverse landscapes. Gina Roberti, a geologist, naturalist and educator from Mount St. Helens Institute, will be giving the presentation.
This talk is Tuesday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m.
After the lectures there will be a Q&A session. You will be able to easily ask your questions via the comment section on the Facebook Live. For more information, visit OMSI’s website.
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