TACNY Sweet Science Series
Notable: Admission is FREE and the event is open to the public. Walk-ins are welcome, but TACNY asks that people RSVP using the links provided below.
- September 13, 6 to 8p.m. @ MOST – RSVP HERE!
- TACNY Sweet Science Series at the MOST presents, Street Smarts for Eaters: The Consumer’s Guide to Sustainable Food Production. What do the labels “grass-fed” and “organic” really mean? How does climate change affect farms, and vice versa? What should consumers know about the foods they buy and the farms that produce them? Farmer and food advocate Liz Pickard will join the MOST and TACNY to discuss sustainability and climate change as they relate to agricultural practices, animal agriculture, and food production. The evening will also include an interactive tutorial designed to help audience members distinguish between the various marketing claims made on food product labels. RSVP HERE!
- October 11, 6 to 8 p.m. @ MOST
- TACNY Sweet Science Series at the MOST presents an evening of discussion with Dr. Lawrence Tanner of LeMoyne College: Director, Center for the Study of Environmental Change; Program Director, Environmental Science Systems & Environmental Studies. Dr. Tanner has passionate concern for the rapidly changing environment of our Earth.
About Sweet Science Series
Sweet Science Series began in 1913 as a gathering of inventors, business leaders, and technologists to discuss the latest topics. TACNY continues the tradition by partnering with the Museum of Science & Technology to host discussions of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) topics aimed at adults. All Sweet Science events are free and open to the public.