Our agenda, including speakers and workshops, is almost complete. We are extremely excited to announce we have three special guest speakers coming to Portland next Spring. Registration will open soon, so please join us for our next annual meeting where we will be talking science. Clearly.
We are proud to announce SCIENCE TALK ’18 “Keynote Speakers” will be:
Dr. Plait is an internationally renowned astronomer, author, and lecturer. His numerous appearances on radio, television, podcasts, and live in front of audiences have made him a celebrity in science circles, and put him in demand as an expert on astronomical matters. He has been interviewed on literally hundreds of national and local radio and TV stations about astronomical topics ranging from lunar eclipses to the fate of the Universe. His writing has appeared in dozens of magazines, and his first book, “Bad Astronomy,” was a trade science hit. He has delighted audiences around the United States and in Australia with his lectures about astronomy, science, and the fight against pseudoscience.
Keri Kukral is the founder of “Raw Science TV.” She is a bioengineer and ballet dancer. She is interested in the intersection of science and media. She is also active in empowering girls and women in STEM through access to energy and telemedicine. You can follow her on Facebook: @KeriKukral
Michael D. Lemonick is chief opinion editor at Scientific American. previously, he was a senior science writer at Time magazine. He is also the author of seven books, including, most recently, “The Perpetual Now: A Story of Amnesia, Memory, and Love.” He also teaches at Princeton University, and lives in Princeton, New Jersey, where he grew up.