PacSci Podcast: Art + Science in New Exhibit
PacSci teams up with local artist Ted Youngs to help prepare for a troublesome new summer tradition: wildfires and smoke. Listen as we dive into both, in addition to Ted Youngs’ art installation, The Smoke Season, and join us for our upcoming panel discussion on June 14 that brings awareness to the issue as wildfire season begins in Washington.
For more information about our new exhibit on wildfires, check our Portal to Current Research page. For information on our art preview and wildfire panel discussion mentioned in this report, check our event page.
In this PacSci Podcast, we look at products throughout history that killed, injured and poisoned, and the marketing campaigns that went along with them.
One local health expert cautions against watching the COVID-19 numbers too closely. She says practicing good health habits is more important.
Veteran meteorologist Jeff Renner explains the difference between weather and climate and just why changes in the latter are critical to all of us.
The octopus is the focus of a lot of research, but not in the way you might expect. Turns out they may help us with problems on this planet and elsewhere.