I’ll be at the comedy edition of Ravenna Third Place Book’s Science on Tap next Monday, February 24! The theme is “the humorous side of research” – you might be able to guess what my take on that will entail. Doors open at 5:30 and seats are expected to fill. No advance ticket sales orContinue reading “Science on Tap: February 24”
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Featured around the internet, fall 2019
Thanks for featuring me, everyone! This article (in which I am quoted) describes a project I worked on as a graduate student. I was featured in Pomona College’s Alumni Career Stories talking about my life after college. To promote my Halloween science talk, I was on Pacific Science Center’s podcast. Amazingly, they already had thatContinue reading “Featured around the internet, fall 2019”
Double, double, toil and trouble
Double, double, toil and trouble,Fire burn and science bubble!Start it with a trick or treat,Then at Seattle Center we will meet. Macbeth… ish Join me for the fourth science Halloween at Pacific Science Center for the neuroscience of Macbeth‘s witches! I’ll be dissecting Macbeth’s decisions from his first encounter with the witches to its tragicContinue reading “Double, double, toil and trouble”
Halloween 2018 – Neuroscience of Werewolves
Better late than never, it’s Halloween 2018!
Science Halloween #3: Bad Moon Rising
I’ll be returning to Pacific Science Center’s Halloween programming for the third year running, this time with more howling. Come see me on October 30 at 7pm for an orientation session for new werewolves. Those bitten on the October 23 full moon, their friends and family, and all others are welcome! Appropriate for all ages,Continue reading “Science Halloween #3: Bad Moon Rising”
the doctor is in
I defended! I still can’t believe the big day has come and gone.
Introduction to Neural Engineering
Through my involvement with the CSNE at UW, I was able to teach a six-week course on neural engineering for high school students in summer 2016 and again in 2017. I’ve now turned that live course into an online version, which includes six hours of video lectures, instructions for three hands-on demos, homework assignments, andContinue reading “Introduction to Neural Engineering”
Proof: in retrospect
In summary: I’m so glad I took a chance on this project, it was a hell of a learning curve but I got through it, and I can’t wait to do it again.
Science of Frankenstein – Halloween at Pacific Science Center 2017
I was lucky enough last year to talk about the neuroscience of zombies at Pacific Science Center. And this year I had the delight that they let me come back to talk about the science of Frankenstein! I discussed the neuroscience of Frankenstein’s creature, some of the scientific advancements he would have had to makeContinue reading “Science of Frankenstein – Halloween at Pacific Science Center 2017”
It’s 2017, where’s my cyborg?
Last week my lab mate James and I gave a talk at the Pacific Science Center on the present and future of brain-computer interfaces. It was pretty rad. I’m sorry we missed you there (unless you came, in which case thanks for finding my website!) but you can still check out the video here: and youContinue reading “It’s 2017, where’s my cyborg?”