Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated.
Scientists and artists find high levels of engagement and interest in connecting youth in custody to the scientific method and the natural world.
U professor shows how astrobiology helps incarcerated people connect with science.
Biologist Nalini Nadkarni discusses building bridges between scientists and faith communities.
A 50-foot fall out of a tree taught biology professor Nalini Nadkarni how recovering from life disruptions connects and changes us.
A U biology professor stretches the possibilities of science communication by bringing the beauty of science to people and places that others have overlooked.
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New grants help biology professor show people that science is for everyone.
Science and fashion meet to teach researchers how to connect with the public.