UAF Science “Geeks” Make Science Interesting

It can be difficult for scientists to show other people why they love what they love, because it’s hard to translate science. But when they find the connection to everyday life, scientists and writers can keep people engaged in the world around them.  Two science geeks at the University of Alaska Fairbanks use anecdotes to keep their audiences hooked.

Student Reporter Kelsey Gobroski interviewed Mike Harris and Ned Rozell for this story.

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