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Science on Tap Lafayette

By Kate Stuart

Science on Tap Lafayette

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Abstract

Science on Tap Lafayette brings expert scientists from Purdue University to the Lafayette/West Lafayette community for an informal discussion about their work and how it impacts the community.

Science on Tap Lafayette meets once a month at the Lafayette Brewing Company upstairs. The free event is informal and open to everyone (21 and over) - no science background is needed. See Facebook page for details.

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  • Kate Stuart (2010), "Science on Tap Lafayette," http://nanohub.org/resources/9585.

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Lafayette Brewing Company, Lafayette, IN

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