Thank you to Pacific Science Center for hosting me for yet another Halloween talk! It was streamed live on Youtube and you can relive the magic here: You can also enjoy my lovingly curated, excessively themed pre-show playlist here: And watch all six of my Halloween talks in a row here: See you next year!
I’m back at it for yet another Halloween science event (virtually) at Pacific Science Center! Join me on Tuesday, October 26, on YouTube to hear my “forensic report” on the strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. You’ll learn about Jekyll’s mysterious drug that turned him into Hyde, how drugs work in the brain,Continue reading “Halloween science 2021 – Jekyll and Hyde”
I was honored and delighted to be invited on the Knowing Neurons podcast to speak about my work, my career path, and the importance of science education in schools and beyond. Listen below or find Knowing Neurons wherever you get your podcasts.
While I’m taking a break from reviewing – the pandemic finally caught up to me on this particular front – I’m still reading away. I’ve now scored my third consecutive Seattle Public Library book bingo blackout! Bingo squares transcribed below the cut, with my particular favorites marked with a *.
When book bingo came out in May, I immediately ran around to all my book stashes (yes, plural) and picked out books for 20 of the 24 squares. What a dopamine rush.
Join the vaccine club! Price of admission: feeling crappy one time for about 24 hours. Membership benefits: protecting yourself and others from a now-preventable, potentially deadly disease. What a bargain!
I’m late because my reviews were stuck behind the boat in the Suez Canal.
Hey, spring is coming. Don’t let your covid guard down. Stay inside and read more books until the CDC says otherwise.
Goal: read more books this year, especially books I already have, than I add to my shelves or wishlist. But looking back at my goals of the past… let’s just say my completion rate on books is higher than my completion rate of reading goals.
In a fitting end to the garbage fire year that is 2020, my browser ate my 75% complete post and I had to start over. Symbolic.