Science Pub Portland - Hollywood Theater

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Science Pub Portland - Hollywood Theater

Humans and Clothing: How Comfortable Are We?
with Woody Blackford, Vice President of Innovation and Design at Columbia Sportswear

Humans adopted clothing an estimated 170,000 years ago. Adopting clothing was part of our evolution. It stems from our desire to adorn ourselves in a costume that defines us socially and our need for a functional tool that expands our climate boundaries.

Science Pub Eugene

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Science Pub Eugene

Glaciers, National Security, and the Roots of Cutting Edge Climate Science
with Mark Carey, PhD, associate dean and associate professor of history in the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon

Science Pub Eugene

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Native Pollinators of the Willamette Valley
with August Jackson, assistant site manager at Mount Pisgah Arboretum

Science Pub Eugene

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You Are What You Eat: The Evolutionary Importance of Diet in Mammals
with Samantha Hopkins, assistant professor of geology in the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon 

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Science Pub Eugene

The Higgs Boson: How It Was Discovered and What It Tells Us About the Universe
with Jim Brau, the Philip H. Knight Professor in the Center for High Energy Physics at the University of Oregon

Brau will engage you in a lively discussion about the Higgs Boson, including the search for and discovery of this elusive particle. He will explain why its discovery was expected and how it relates to the origin of the universe.

Science Pub Eugene

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Hanford Hazards: Cleaning Up Nuclear Waste
with Ken Niles, administrator, and Dirk Dunning, technical staff at the Oregon Department of Energy’s Nuclear Safety and Energy Emergency Preparedness Division
 

Science Pub Corvallis

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Science Pub Corvallis

The Future of the Oceans
with Andrew Thurber, OSU College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences 

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Science Pub Corvallis

Natural Gas for Transportation
with Chris Hagen, PhD, assistant professor in the energy systems engineering program at OSU-Cascades

In the future, you may be able to fill-up for your car or truck at home with natural gas. In an energy systems engineering lab at OSU-Cascades in Bend, researchers are experimenting with a system that uses a vehicle’s own engine to compress and store gas from the same network of pipes that feeds your furnace and kitchen stove.

Science Pub Corvallis

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Science of Skin
with Arup Indra, OSU College of Pharmacy

Americans spend billions to beautify their outermost organ — to make it softer and younger, to erase wrinkles, conceal freckles, fake a tan, or flaunt a tattoo. In our obsession with skin’s cosmetic qualities, it’s easy to forget the role it plays as nature’s biohazard suit. It defends our bodies against a barrage of environmental and biological assaults, from solar ultra-violet (UV) radiation and industrial pollution to extreme heat and deadly pathogens.

Science Pub Corvallis

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Science Pub Corvallis

Cry of the Pacific Lamprey: What This Ancient Fish Is Telling Us About Our Waters
with Jeremy Monroe, Freshwaters Illustrated, and Carl Schreck, Oregon State Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Lamprey lack the charisma of Chinook salmon, steelhead or even the sturgeon. With a powerful mouth disc, lamprey latch onto other fish and suck out body fluids. Older than the dinosaurs, these ancient fish have successfully negotiated at least four planetary extinction events. However, they may not survive changes brought about by humans.

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