WN@TL: “Really…How Busy is a Bee? Foraging by Honey Bees and Bumble Bees in Wisconsin Agricultural Lands”
Experience science as exploring the unknown every week at Wednesday Nite @ The Lab. Discover the latest from UW-Madison researchers as they describe their investigations and inventions that are changing how we look at life and how we lead our lives. Join the discussion as learners of all ages share their ideas and insights during the Q&A, and then chat one-on-one with the speaker during the Linger at the Lectern session.
WN@TL runs every Wednesday night, 50 times a year. Our topics cover the full range of science, engineering and technology research at UW-Madison, from astronomy to zoology, and from bioethics to biomedical engineering. The Genetics Biotechnology Center is at the intersection of University Avenue and Randall Avenue and is served by over a dozen Metro bus lines. Parking is available for a small fee in Lot 20 at 1390 University Avenue. Lot 20 is a multi-level garage attached to the ADA-compliant Genetics Biotech Center, so it’s a short rain-free stroll or roll from your car to your chair in The Auditorium.
7:00 to 8:15 p.m. Central Time
Room 1111, The Auditorium
425 Henry Mall
- Watch past WN@TL presentations recorded at the Biotechnology Center and on the University Place series of Wisconsin Public Television.
- Watch current WN@TL presentations taking place at the UWBC Auditorium HD Webcam
- Visit our YouTube channel
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