"Science is a process of understanding nature; [we can] help people see science as a means of doing that." an interview with Gordon Grant

How can scientists capture the public’s imagination with science? In this interview, Gordon Grant, a research hydrologist with the US Forest Service and President-elect of AGU’S Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Section, shares his experience of bringing a river to...

Two Makerspace fans discuss the origins of the movement and the St. George Library Makerspace

Recording September 18, 2018 – With two enthusiastic fans of the Makerspace movement, the St. George Library is fortunate to have just the right circumstances for the Washington County Library System to add its second and larger Makerspace to the...

“I realized outreach needs to be part of my scientific career. It brings me so much joy to talk to people.” An interview with Sanjoy Som

Sanjoy Som, Director of the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science, believes in the importance of space science as a common goal of humanity, regardless of country – the founding inspiration of his institute. He talks about his passion for...

"Make science discovery part of everyday life for all families." an interview with Kristin Lawrence

Kristin Lawrence is reimagining how children of all ages can learn and discover science. She is the CEO and Founder of The Hopper, a science discovery playground coming soon to Boulder, Colorado. Kristin changed direction from a career in paleomagnetism...

Todd and Diane Kennedy, Cancer Journey

Todd Kennedy, a City of Hope cancer patient and his wife of 30 years, Diane, have lived in Orange County for 21 years. They share their cancer journey and why they are so thrilled that City of Hope is expanding...

Todd and Diane Kennedy, Cancer Journey

Todd Kennedy, a City of Hope cancer patient and his wife of 30 years, Diane, have lived in Orange County for 21 years. They share their cancer journey and why they are so thrilled that City of Hope is expanding...