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In this Lab and Lunch recording, historian Paul Edwards and artist Rosten Woo discuss how we use data to understand the impacts of climate change.
Find out what it takes to monitor climate change.
Use straight lines to learn about circles.
Scientific data reveals the migration habits of marine animals.
Learn about the Keeling curve, a graph of the rise of CO2 accumulated in our atmosphere.
Meet some Bay Area scientists shedding light on how economics and politics adversely impact air quality.
Huge amounts of data are needed to globally track air quality and climate change.
For scientists to collaborate globally they need common, calibrated data points.
Explore Zinc's key role in maintaining human health.
Get a sneak peek of the InSight Mars mission.
Daily cycles of the city are projected onto a miniature topographic map of San Francisco.
Movement is reduced to stillness, given an astronomical gear ratio.
(Embarcadero at Green Street)
San Francisco, CA 94111
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