Anchorage Science Pub Archive
Have you ever wondered where the rainwater goes once it goes down the storm drain? Anchorage residents have an opportunity to put a stop to rainwater runoff into local streams.
Dr. Tim Hinterberger thinks people should be more careful when talking about mind-altering substances to kids, but probably not in the way you think.
When will the next "big one" hit Alaska? Geologist Cindi Preller had some historical data and a warning for the future at the latest Anchorage Science Pub.
At the most recent Anchorage Science Pub, Dr. Brian Yablon explained the history of the development of vaccinations and why the barriers to better vaccination coverage may not be what you think they are.
Three members of Expedition Arguk talked at the latest Anchorage Science Pub about their trip to an area of Alaska that few people have ever laid eyes on.
The latest Anchorage Science Pub's Dr. Michael Loso wants you to know that Eklutna Glacier is melting and why you should probably care.
Though the snow hasn't really started to fall in Anchorage (yet), you can get yourself ready by learning from the Anchorage Science Pub's "The Physics of Snowflakes and Skiing Fast."
Ever wondered what makes your favorite beer taste the way it does? The answer is SCIENCE!