Science Bytes with the Horn Point Lab Learn, Sip & Taste

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Dr. Patricia Glibert

The Horn Point Laboratory (HPL) invites you to join them for Science Bytes a witty, interactive event where one can learn, sip, and taste. Join us Thursday, March 7 from 6 to 7:30 pm at Piazza Italian Market in Easton.

These gatherings are designed to share science relevant to our communities in a casual, fun setting. Enjoy an enlightening evening with Dr. Patricia Glibert, a Horn Point faculty, and learn about her extensive global research on nutrient pollution and harmful algal blooms (HAB). Mike Roman, Lab Director, will interview Pat to explore her research and explain challenges and solutions around the issues of nutrient pollution and resulting harmful algal blooms. Pat will share her research from the Chesapeake Bay, Florida, and sites around-the-world. Questions are encouraged, and thought provoking conversation is sure to ensue.

Learn, sip and taste at Piazza Italian Market in Easton, MD. Savor wine, beer, and antipasto from Italy. Get to know the scientist behind the science important to our environment, and mingle with old friends and new acquaintances in this casual, local setting.

Tickets are $25/ person. To register visit umces.edu/events/science-bytes-march or contact Carin Starr at cstarr@umces.edu, 410-221-8408.

This event is an activity of the University System of Maryland Foundation, Inc. (USM Foundation). Funds earned or contributed will be managed by the USM Foundation for the benefit of the Horn Point Laboratory. Please make your check payable to the University System of Maryland Foundation, Inc.

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science leads the way toward better management of Maryland’s natural resources and the protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay. From a network of laboratories located across the state, UMCES scientists provide sound advice to help state and national leaders manage the environment, and prepare future scientists to meet the global challenges of the 21st century. www.umces.edu

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