Daisuke Minakata

Virtual Event

Scrubbing Water—How and Why?

Husky Bites presents Special Guest Daisuke Minakata

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Affiliated Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
Affiliated Associate Professor, Department of Physics
Michigan Technological University

About Husky Bites
Husky Bites are free 20-minute Interactive Zoom Webinars from the College of Engineering at Michigan Tech. Time after for Q&A.

Series Host
Janet Callahan, Dean of the College of Engineering
Michigan Technological University

Brain Food
Join us for a bite! Grab some dinner with Dean Janet Callahan and a special guest, and learn something new! This family-friendly event is BYOC (bring your own curiosity). 

When: Mondays, 6:00 p.m. starting May 11 and held weekly through August.

Topics
Learn more about our water from tap to toilet and the environment.  Our tap water is protected by regulations but do you trust your tap water?  How is our tap water treated? How is our wastewater treated to protect the environment?  Michigan Tech research is heavily focused on water. Learn about the efforts of the nation's top level undergraduate teaching water and wastewater process simulation lab on campus at Michigan Tech, and the University's Great Lakes Research Center, as well as the water project for NASA's International Space Station, and the Direct Potable Reuse projects. Get the full scoop at mtu.edu/huskybites.

Monday, June 29 at 6:00 p.m.

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This event requires registration.