PNW scientists went into the woods, ocean and outer space. We followed them.
Ken Wu catalogs and measures British Columbia’s biggest trees in order to protect them.
Zoology researcher Vikram Baliga is turning everything we know about flight on its head by studying how birds take to the sky.
NASA astronaut Anne McClain’s perspective on her work changes when she’s 250 miles above the planet.
By studying how Indigenous societies use fire, ecologist Ernesto Alvarado is learning how we can fight wildfires.
An aerospace engineering professor uses origami to inspire effective design.
In the moment a star dies, astronomer Emily Levesque can see how time, space and the universe all work.
Dr. Robin Kodner studies 2 billion year old snow algae high in mountain fields and glaciers to learn about life's beginnings, and its future.
To learn how mountain lions and humans can coexist, wildlife biologist Lauren Satterfield follows the elusive animals by car, snowmobile and on foot through the wilderness.
Animal welfare scientist Dr. Bonnie Baird helps zookeepers by using numbers and graphs to learn what animals are trying say.
Researcher Dominic Sivitilli goes to the bottom of the sea to study the bizarre mind of the giant pacific octopus.