Elaine is a Junior majoring in Biological Sciences and minoring in Global Health Studies. She has many interests including medicine, STEM education, graphic design, and illustration. In her free time, she enjoys doodling, playing the piano, and looking at the wonderful ways that science and art can intersect. Her favorite organ is the pancreas.
Content by Elaine Shen
It is Friday evening and you are happy to arrive at the restaurant you made a reservation for two weeks ago.
Last Friday, I had the pleasure of attending a sold-out event at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall to see my childhood hero Bill Nye speak about climate-change, space and science education.
Imagine hanging a pendulum on the inside of your car and accelerating forward. Which direction do you think the pendulum will move?
Those of you who frequent the kitchen may be familiar with the experience of dripping water on a hot pan to check its temperature.