Science Narratives from WWU students:
The following videos were produced by Western Washington University students in a 2018 WWU summer course. We hope you enjoy these science stories as much as we enjoyed making them.
Take a second: how many types of storms can you think of? Was ‘solar storm’ on your list? Probably not! Many of the ones that hit us go unnoticed, but they have the potential to be catastrophic. Let’s take a look at a big one from 1859 and what we learned from another in 1989.
The footage was created by Erin Howard, WWU DMC, and NASA.
Will automation lead to a brighter future for humanity? Or maybe it will bring forth something darker. In this video, the topic of automation is discussed, with such examples as the self-driving car. With innovative technological advancements being made, automation is continuing to change the world.
This is a video that was produced by WWU math student Jordan Nguyen
What are SuperBugs? How did they come to be? What can you do about them? In this video, we briefly discuss all these questions about bacteria that are resistant to our antibiotics.
This video was produced and illustrated by WWU Biology student Logan Wallace