Manchester, New Hampshire – SEE Science Center launches the 10th season of Science on Tap on October 11th.
Science on Tap events are informal discussions with local scientists and experts on specific topics, held monthly through the fall and spring. The 2022-2023 season is sponsored by The Cambridge Trust.
Topics for Tuesday, October 11th include: So? postmortem science. Heading into late fall, Halloween, and the Day of the Dead, we’ll take a look at the scientific processes that can and will take place after you’ve breathed your last. Please join us to discuss. Learn important details about organ donation collection and storage. Discuss the chemical and physical processes involved in embalming, cremation, and green burial options. Panelists included Michael F. Daily, MD, MS, FACS, Solid Organ Transplant, Section Chief, Dartmouth Health, Caitlyn Hauke, Director of Strategic Planning & Development, Life Forest Cemetery, Hillsborough, NH and Sarah, B. Page, and Alaina M. Oropolo of Lambert Funeral Home. Sarah is a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer and Alaina is a Funeral Director, Ember Apprentice and Cremation Specialist.
Since the program started in 2013, SEE has hosted 75 discussions with 186 unique panelists. Adele Maurier of the SEE Science Center said: “We look forward to her tenth season and invite anyone in the community interested in learning to join us.” 2 It will be held in person on Tuesday.
Science on Tap events are free and open to the public, but advance sign-up is welcome. Science on Tap takes place monthly through June at Stark Brewing His Company’s Bo’s Lounge and his function room at 500 Commercial Street Manchester, NH. Doors open at 5:00 p.m., debates at 6:00 p.m. Attendees can order from the food and drink menu during the event.
Attendees can register on the SEE Science Center website. https://see-sciencecenter.org/adults/
About Sea Science Center
Science on Tap is a program of the SEE Science Center. The program is part of a global movement to provide opportunities for people to engage directly with the scientist and his STEM experts in an informal setting. For more information on US events, visit sciencecafes.org.
The SEE Science Center is a hands-on science discovery center located at 200 Bedford Street, Manchester, NH 03101. SEE’s fall and winter hours of operation are Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm. SEE will open on Monday 10th Octoberth and other school holidays. For more information, please visit www.see-sciencecenter.