The Episodic Table Of Elements has officially made its television debut in the latest episode of SciTech Now on PBS! I appear in the first segment of the episode, which includes an interview with Hari Sreenivasan followed by an excerpt of Episode 1, Hydrogen, with some complementary visuals underneath. Plus, you can sneak a peek at what the show’s Periodic Table Of Episodes archive will look like once it’s completely filled with episodes!
I think this is just about as cool as rubidium, and I’m extremely grateful to the kind and hardworking people at SciTech Now and WNET/Thirteen. The show airs at different times on different stations, so check your local listings to tune in to future episodes, or stream them online.
I don’t have much of a formal scientific background; rather, I studied journalism, and I approach scientific topics from a storyteller’s perspective. Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Mala Radhakrishnan, who comes from the opposite direction: she infuses her scientific subjects with artistic inspiration.
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Occasionally I stumble upon a particularly ingenious art project, or game, or topic of news that I think you, the listener, might be interested in. Yesterday, I learned that the creators behind an exciting Kickstarter project had stumbled across me!
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The periodic table’s highly ordered structure makes it seem like the playing field for a strategy board game. With this Kickstarter project, that’s exactly what it becomes.
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