Science Unplugged comes in two interactive formats!
Young scientists from the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University deliver vivid and engaging presentations about their work, their education and their struggles to make the next discovery, uncover a hidden surprise, untangle a myth and tackle the problems that affect us all. Through interactive conversations, you will be given a window into the passionate journey scientists take to unravel the mysteries of the universe.
Science Unplugged LIVE Weekly Web Broadcast
Every Thursday at 8:00 p.m. EST
The show is hosted by Peter Chahales, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Stony Brook University. The show co-host is Steven Jaret, a graduate geology student at Stony Brook University.
To see our previous episodes, please click here.
Science Unplugged in the Schools
Click here to learn about high school visits. For a virtual field trip, click here.
Kyle Viterbo-The “Hobbits” of Indonesia
“Thank you so much for coordinating everything. The talk was especially useful because the presenters were able to show my students that what I am teaching them in the classroom is being applied in a real research laboratory setting… Once the other teachers heard about it, they were all asking how they could participate. I hope this program is a success because it really shows high school students the real – world application of biology. My hope is for some of them to continue studying biology after they leave my classroom. Thank you!!” -Lauren Ferlin – East Islip High School
“The speakers of the program you presented in the Fall were very engaging and helped my students understand science topics…. My chemistry students absolutely loved meeting scientists in the field and they have been asking when more scientists can come over for a visit. Thank you so much for your time, my students and I really enjoyed it!!!” -Leah Solomon – Central Islip Senior High School
“The presenters did an absolutely outstanding job. I was so impressed and they were really great about engaging the students. The students came up with some good questions and really were tuned into the talks. It was a win/win.” -Kate Lynch – Miller Place High School