”Everybody can become a scientist…We all use science every day of our lives” Allison Brown on Electric Ladies podcast
What’s the science in sports? It’s in the human body, the physics of how sports equipment works, such as the impact of the length of the stick on how its thrown by whom. Then there’s coding, and energy and how their own building works.
Alison Brown, the CEO of the Science Museum of Minnesota shares her enthusiasm for science – and how to tell the science story in way that engages, inspires and educates kids of all ages – with host Joan Michelson.
- What’s “sportsology” is and how it works
- What Legos has to do with coding.
- How they reduced the energy use and CO2 emissions of their building by 55%, saving about $300K.
- Great tips for what organizations can do to foster diversity.
And,…how a “practice interview” changed her life and what we can all learn from her experience.
“Climate change as a topic doesn’t resonate with people. They need to see how it…affects their lives…Show it through examples so they can better understand its impact.” Alison Brown on Electric Ladies podcast.
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