Sarah Hoffman is a science and environment producer for Crosscut and KCTS 9.
Operation Sustain teaches kids about climate change and how their choices affect the planet.
A marine biologist is helping oysters fight back against ocean acidification.
Go inside while our host reads, watches movies and exercises inside a box filled with diesel exhaust.
Washington's Camp Blaze teaches teenage girls how to put out fires — literally.
See how the vegan sausage is made at Field Roast’s test kitchen.
Researchers in Bellevue, Wash. have developed a way to identify, track, and zap the bugs in a split second.
UW scientists are creating light, thin, cheap, flexible solar panels of the future.
Carl Greninge built a nuclear reactor with parts from eBay and duct tape — and he lets students use it.
A team at UW Bothell envisions a bike of the future that drives itself.
After protesting gun violence, classmates build a coffin and leave personal messages for shooting victim Ryan Dela Cruz.
Despite a bruising loss, supporters of I-1631 vow continued fight against climate change.
A nonprofit focused on protecting salmon and a Washington bug farm are joining forces.