Science | local | News | Think Out LoudOPB | May 3, 2017 noon
Mats Järlström has an engineering degree from Sweden, but when he tried to share his idea to improve traffic light timing, an Oregon board fined him for practicing engineering without a license.
Anushka Naiknaware won the LEGO Education Builder Award in the 2016 Google Science Fair with her "smart wound care" project. She is this year's youngest winner.
Science | NW Life | Entertainment | Arts | Books | State of WonderOPB | July 2, 2016 noon
This week on State of Wonder, we hear about artists who have been displaced from the Troy Laundry building, why OHSU neuroscientist Larry Sherman thinks every brain needs music, what Sherman Alexie's inspiration was for his new book and more.
Science | local | News | Think Out LoudOPB | June 13, 2016 noon
Portlanders discuss their reaction to the tragic shooting in Orlando over the weekend. We talk to a Russian woman who was a mail-order bride and to a researcher whose study found ways police could improve their health.
To the teachers and kids at Harrison Elementary in Cottage Grove taking a four-day outdoor school each spring means a year of fundraising, preparation and excited expectation. We went to Camp Tadmor in Lebanon and asked why they keep coming back every year.
This episode of Literary Arts: The Archive Project features the late author and neurologist Oliver Sacks. Sacks will discuss the connection between neurology and the soul, share stories that inspired him, and consciousness. Sacks published his memoir On The Move in 2015 and passed away on August 30th, 2015.