Monthly Series of Talks at ASM Headquarters in DC

Posted 5/17/12 by . Filed under Featured News, News and Updates.

What: Inaugural series on topics related to science and society, open to the public
Where: American Society for Microbiology headquarters, 1752 N St., NW, Washington, DC
When: Thursday May 17, 6-8pm
Who: Contact Darya Pilram, Science and Health Diplomacy Research Assistant,

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Neal Connors, Phoenix BioConsulting LLC and President, Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, will speak on The Impact of Fermentation on the United States Department of Energy’s List of the Top Value Added Chemicals from Biomass.

Beer Tasting to follow – sponsored by local breweries.

This new series of monthly happy hours/interactive lectures is intended to be something along the lines of “Mad Science” to be held at ASM’s international headquarters in Washington, DC. We’re hoping to reach out to microbiologists, scientists, and others in the community who may be interested in topics related to science and society.

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