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The Opposite of Manic Monday

  • The Casual Pint Hardin Valley 10677 Hardin Valley Road Knoxville, TN, 37931 United States

In the immortal words of Sheryl Crow "I'm going to soak up the sun".......How cool would it be if we could actually do it! Join us tonight to hear from a University of Tennessee scientist researching the previously impossible.  Doors will be open at 6:30 PM. We will have food, drinks and chatting with our new friends until 7, when the action begins!

 

Timeline

6:30 P.M.

Doors will be open at 6:30 PM. There are numerous excellent food options in the Hardin Valley area so be sure to plan ahead and bring some tasty eats! Enjoy a bounty of drinks (both with and without alcohol) offered by the Casual Pint while chatting with new friends.

7:00 - 9:00 P.M.

Following a brief introduction to taste of science and thanks to our sponsors, we will hear from our speakers with plenty of time between for questions and refills. 

FAQ

Seating is limited; only a limited number of tickets will be available for purchase at the door. 

Emily Clark, University of Tennessee Bredesen Center graduate student pursuing a PhD in Energy Science and Engineering and Oak Ridge National Lab researcher in the Fusion and Materials for Nuclear Systems division

Emily Clark, University of Tennessee Bredesen Center graduate student pursuing a PhD in Energy Science and Engineering and Oak Ridge National Lab researcher in the Fusion and Materials for Nuclear Systems division

A Jar Full of Sunshine!

Have you ever wondered what fusion energy is all about? Imagine if you could create the reactions happening in our sun here on Earth and contain them to harness their energy to generate electricity. This energy could be a revolutionary source of nearly unlimited energy for our world for generations to come! Like the sun itself, this source of energy would be extremely hot. How can we keep the container from melting? Join me to find out!

Michael Camponovo, GIS Outreach Coordinator and Manager of the GIS Outreach and Engagement Laboratory in the Department of Geology at the University of Tennessee 

Michael Camponovo, GIS Outreach Coordinator and Manager of the GIS Outreach and Engagement Laboratory in the Department of Geology at the University of Tennessee 

Everyone is a geographer...they just don't know it yet

Details coming soon!