Scripps Alumna Strikes a Balance Between the Technical and the Arts
11/20/2017
When Loren Shure graduated with a PhD in marine geophysics, she figured she would find a job working in academia. The year was 1982, and Shure had just received her degree from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, where she studied Earth’s magnetic...
AUTOMATICA – Robots Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford
11/03/2017
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TAM ON STEAM: ELISSA EPEL ON RESEARCH BEHIND BESTSELLING BOOK ON TELOMERES AND AGING
08/23/2017
Sally Ride Science—There’s no shortage of advice out there about what makes a healthy lifestyle. Get regular exercise. Reduce stress. Eat whole foods. It all sounds good, but the advice is easy to ignore when you are tired or anxious or craving a donut. But...
TAM ON STEAM: HOLLIS WOODARD TRACKS BEES IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS FROM THE ARCTIC TO DESERTS
07/05/2017
SALLY RIDE SCIENCE — Hollis Woodard sees bumblebees as the pandas of the insect world. “They are a very charismatic bee,” she said. “They are big and chunky and fuzzy. They move kind of slow, so you can watch them bumbling around. People are pretty attracted...
Weather on Steroids: The Art of Climate Change Science
06/13/2017
KPBS—Climate change science and art collide in a new exhibit at the San Diego Central Library. “Weather on Steroids” brings artists and scientists together for an exhibit that features mosaics, photographs and art installations that illustrate the effects of climate change through art. “Artists are...
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