Arctic science

The Alaska Voices project, launched as a podcast in early May, is designed to build bridges of knowledge through conversations between Alaskans about Alaska. In this sixth and last KUAC episode of the summer, project co-founders Bob Bolton and Jessie Robertson share conversations that revolve around the theme of “Next Steps: New Surroundings, New Beginnings.”  Information about the Alaska Voices project and additional conversations can be found at the Alaska Voices website at https://alaskavoices.org .

The Alaska Voices project, launched as a podcast in early May, is designed to build bridges of knowledge through conversations between Alaskans about Alaska. In this fifth KUAC episode, project co-founders Bob Bolton and Jessie Robertson share conversations that revolve around the theme of “Upward Battles: Navigating Hurdles and Overcoming Barriers.”

In this episode, Bob mention’s an article that Lily Cohen wrote for Scientific American – it can be read herehttps://blogs.scientificamerican.com/voices/one-more-barrier-faced-by-women-in-science/ .  Malinda Chase also talks about the carbon cycle. For those unfamiliar with the carbon cycle, an introduction to the topic can be read herehttps://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/getting-dirt-carbon .

The Alaska Voices project, launched as a podcast in early May, is designed to build bridges of knowledge through conversations between Alaskans about Alaska. In the first KUAC radio episode, project co-founders Jessie Robertson and Bob Bolton introduce Alaska Voices and share some of their favorite conversations about science and creativity, community outreach, and bison reintroduction.

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The Week of the Arctic gets under way today here on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. Dozens of Arctic science- and policy-related events will be held throughout the week, culminating in Thursday’s Arctic Council ministerial meetings, when U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will hand over the council chairmanship to his counterpart from Finland.