Oct 13, 2018

Storytelling photos from your phone

At the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival, National Geographic’s Dennis Dimick explained how he approaches photographing with his phone and discussed tools he uses to crop and tone images.
Oct 12, 2018

Living in the Anthropocene

Dennis Dimick, Erle Ellis and Lynn Keller explore the scale and implications of humanity’s impact on earth and its systems at the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival.
Oct 12, 2018

Innovation roadmap: The speaker series w/ Kristen Berman

Hear from Kristen Berman, co-founder of Common Cents Lab, a Duke University initiative dedicated to improving financial well-being for low-to-moderate-income Americans, and co-author of Hacking Human Nature for Good, A practical guide to changing behavior.
Oct 11, 2018

Wanted: More Marie Curies and Percy Julians

The facts are undeniable—women and people of color are underrepresented as inventors, leaders and entrepreneurs in STEM. Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Dominique Carter, Deborah Bial, Markus Brauer and Jo Handelsman share their perspectives at the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival.

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