SITEWIDE Search Results: “marine science”
Mar 03, 2016
The Grove House
Jul 31, 2015
E-Werk Erlangen, Kellerbühne
Oct 23, 2015
Tanks Arts Centre
Aug 16, 2017
Apr 20, 2017
Alexandra Community Centre
Nov 01, 2017
designforum Vorarlberg @CAMPUS V
Apr 13, 2018
Sep 21, 2018
The Belmont Filmhouse
Mar 14, 2019
Science for Europe, Science for Me, Powered by PechaKucha
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May 17, 2019
PangeaSeed - Save the Ocean
BY AARON GLASSON, TRE PACKARD, AND MAYUMI TAKEDA
@ VOL 74
ON JUN 30, 2010
Aaron Glasson, Tre Packard, and Mayumi Takeda (of the grassroots movement PangeaSeed) focus on the abhorrent effects humans have had on the shark population over the past 50 years, and how they work to generate awareness to protect this apex predator via art, music, and film. (in English and Japanese)
"Presentation of the Day" on July 13, 2013.
Words From An Aquarist
BY DANIEL CHURCHMAN
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 20, 2013
Saltwater aquarist Daniel Churchman takes care of fish for a living, and he has raised over twenty sharks, skates, and rays. Many people view sharks as dangerous and scary, but Daniel is here to debunk these common misconceptions and reveal the truth behind these myterious, curious creatures.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 19, 2014.
31 Days Under the Sea
BY FABIEN COUSTEAU
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 14, 2014
In 31 Days Under the Sea from PechaKucha Night Brooklyn Vol. 1, Fabien Cousteau discusses how his family's background inspired his newest project, Mission 31. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the monumental legacy left by Fabien’s grandfather, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Mission 31 continues the dream of creating the first ocean floor habitats for humans and leading a team of ocean explorers on the first attempt to live and work underwater.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 30, 2014.
Seahorses: enigmatic, enchanting, and endangered
BY SUZIE SAUNDERS
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 16, 2017
Suzie Saunders has studied marine biology at the University of Aberdeen and specialises in the aquaculture of fish. Her presentation gives a brief insight into the enchanting lives of seahorses and the struggles of seahorse conservastion.
Anatomy of a Discovery
BY DR. RICH PYLE
@ VOL 30
ON MAY 05, 2017
Dr. Richard Pyle of Bishop Museum uses high-tech diving gear to explore deep coral reefs. He will tell the story behind the discovery of a new species of endemic Hawaiian fish, and its relationship to one of the largest protected areas on Earth.
Working with the world's rarest and smallest dolphins
BY MARIA JESUS VALDES
@ VOL 37
ON SEP 19, 2018
Jesu Valdés is a Chilean marine biologist and PhD candidate at University of Otago (Dunedin). After working with sea otters, blue whales and dolphins in different parts of the world, she decided to move to New Zealand to study the endemic, endangered Hector's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori hectori) in Banks Peninsula. Her project consists on evaluating the effects of mussel farming on the dolphins' use of habitat.
Our Reef needs YOU!
BY DAVID WACHENFELD
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 20, 2018
Dr David Wachenfeld
Chief Scientist GBRMPA
Our Reef needs YOU!
Contrary to many media reports, the Great Barrier Reef is not dead! But it is in trouble and it needs your help. Dr David Wachenfeld from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority will explain what you can do.
Art of the Reef
BY MICHAEL POPE
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 20, 2018
The marine world has served as a source of inspiration, a destination and even material debris from which to create art. Join Michael as he explores some of the big names as well as local ones whose work reflects the reef and the ocean around us.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Science-inspired Design Projects by Oscar Diaz
In Tokyo as a participant at this year's edition of DesignTide, Spanish designer Oscar Diaz takes us on a tour of various works, each offering an interesting solution to a design question. He also covers his amazing "Rec & Play" project, a collaboration with designer Yuri Suzuki. The presentation was recorded at last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 77.
Thirtieth PechaKucha Miami Draws 300 Fans
World Red Eye covers PechaKucha Miami City of the Future. Miami, FL – February 20, 2015 – Innovation & Engineering Weekend at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science continued with a fascinating City of the Future PechaKucha Night 20×20 presentation, a speaker format in which 20 images are shown, each for 20 seconds. Local young professionals and key tastemakers were invited by the Frost Science Young Patrons to enjoy an evening of fun in an intellectual atmosphere. The night begun with a welcome from Gillian Thomas, CEO and President of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, followed by the PechaKucha presenters which included Camille Coley, J.D., Associate Vice President for Research and Interim Director of Sponsored Research for Florida Atlantic University’s Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center; Meg Daly, Founder and President of The Underline; Stephen Davis III, Ph.D., Wetland Ecologist for the Everglades Foundation; Trevor Powers, Vice President of Engineering & Facilities of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science; and David Rifkind, Associate Professor of Architecture at Florida International University. Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed libations courtesy of Tito’s Vodka, Mandarine Napoléon, ZIOBAFFA, Lucky Buddha and Lemon City Tea, music by Dani Nicole, and gifts from Aesop, while making their very own pottery through a special Maker’s activity. The evening concluded by the “raku” kiln fire while the pottery was cured for guests to take home.
PechaKucha Night Townsville Volume 9, REEF
Millions of tourists visit the reef each year to experience this complex paradise, teeming with life above and below the water - we got to experience a rich part of our landscape, the inspiration, challenges, blemishes and tenacity that our reef holds for all of us. A big thank you to all of our champions of the reef! Come and join us for VOL. 10 on December 3 for some more about the reef, love, design and other things... "In the Great Barrier Reef, corals set the patterns of life from end to end," says Charlie Veron
When Art and Science Collide
“I wanted to learn the beautiful mechanism of the universe, nature, and life. So i studied biology and chemistry in my university. And that’s when i thought ‘how cool would it be to integrate all of this into art?’” In When Art and Science Collide from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 132, contemporary artist and science researcher Yoko Shimizu details her work. One may think that art and Science are total opposites but not Yoko. She finds that the beauty of the scientific principles that surround us to be timeless, limitless, and inspirational. Yoko –who has won many awards her scientific artworks– creates installations that integrate both art and science.
From Science to Society: A Field full of Landmines
"How many gems of scientific discovery are out there, published in articles, that we don’t know about?" One of the goals of scientific research should be the improvement of the human reality. But have we created a world in which the journey from discovery to society is so exhausting that it deters academics from embarking on it? And if so, can we do something about it? In "From Science to Society: A Field full of Landmines" from PechaKucha Night Maastricht Vol. 31, Bart Knols discusses how scientists need to better communicate with those who are outside their field in order to contribute to society's development.
NO SCIENCE TO GOODBYE at the Festival of Colour
Local writer Annabel Wilson and her team would like to introduce their premiere of NO SCIENCE TO GOODBYE at the Festival of Colour. Music, drama and spoken word underscore a trio of unravelling lives in this theatrical poem.More about No Science To Goodbye - Premiere 7 April 7pm Glenorchy, New Zealand Town Hall 8 April 5pm @ The Rippon Hall 9 April 5pm @The Rippon Hall Annabel Wilson"I'm excited to share the work with my community, and feel it is important the piece returns to the place where the story was born. Flying the cast and crew down to the Southern Lakes from Wellington is one of the most costly parts of the production. It is for this purpose that we have set up a PledgeMe campaign. Please go to the link below to take part: https://www.pledgeme.co.nz/projects/5107-bring-the-world-premiere-of-no-science-to-goodbye-to-the-festival-of-colour-and-bats-theatre By making a pledge from as little as $5, you will experience rewards (intrinsic and extrinsic of course) and play a vital part in bringing a five year dream into fruition."
Science Fiction, Science Fact
"These days, if you can think it, it's a pretty sure bet science is not going to be far behind" In Science Fiction, Science Fact from PechaKucha Night Bexhill on Sea Vol. 2, Alastair Fairley talks about the crossing (for better or worse) of science and fiction. How programmes such as Siri, Facetime and even the internet were once just ideas; fast forward and these very ideas have been fabricated into our everyday lives.
The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery
"This is really where it started for me, in the land of pure imagination." Creativity can be found everywhere! Even in candy! In "The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery" for PechaKucha Night Dayton Vol. 30, Pat Santucci dives into the little known art and science of craft Confectionery showing us that beautifully-crafted candies are possible even from a home kitchen. From hard candy to buttered fudge, Pat gets us right in our sweet tooth.
The Art & Science of Mixology
"Making cocktails and tending bar is a process that evolves from science into art. Doing the science beforehand enables the art during service." From "The Art & Science of Mixology" from PechaKucha Asheville Vol. 8, Asheville Organizer Jasper Adams, beverage manager at Table restaurant and The Imperial Life bar in Asheville and co-founder of Ninebar Creative, provides a behind-the-scenes look at the science and the work behind the beauty of cocktails and the craft of tending bar.