Northwest Science Writers Association

NSWA explores Seattle’s historical shoreline with David B. Williams

Thanks to David B. Williams for giving members and guests a second walking tour on Aug. 4 based on his most recent book, Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle’s Topography.

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The art and chemistry of distilling—and tasting—fine spirits

Members and guests learned about the nuanced chemistry that goes into a fine vodka, a sherry-barrel gin, or a single-malt whiskey as we took a behind-the-scenes tour of Copperworks Distilling Company on June 10.

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Mapping the brain with advanced microscopy and genetics

Members and guests visited the Allen Institute for Brain Science on May 25 and met with researchers who manage key labs, toured the facility, and learned what the Allen Institute aims to accomplish with its big expansion in Seattle.

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NSWA explores Seattle’s historical shoreline with David B. Williams

Thanks to David B. Williams for giving members and guests a second walking tour on Aug. 4 based on his most recent book, Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle’s Topography.

LEARN MORE

The art and chemistry of distilling—and tasting—fine spirits

Members and guests learned about the nuanced chemistry that goes into a fine vodka, a sherry-barrel gin, or a single-malt whiskey as we took a behind-the-scenes tour of Copperworks Distilling Company on June 10.

LEARN MORE

Mapping the brain with advanced microscopy and genetics

Members and guests visited the Allen Institute for Brain Science on May 25 and met with researchers who manage key labs, toured the facility, and learned what the Allen Institute aims to accomplish with its big expansion in Seattle.

LEARN MORE

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Schatz: Your August Eclipse Guide

Dennis Schatz’s book, Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More, written with Andrew Fraknoi, is...
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Seinfeld: Sunshine RV for Health

Keith Seinfeld writes about an “RV with a splash of sunshine” for Public Health Insider. The RV is King...
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McCarthy: White Cells v. Malaria

Michael McCarthy, reporting for the University of Washington Health Sciences NewsBeat, talks with a researcher whose big...
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James: Solutions to Knotty Problems

In Seattle Business, Sally http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/existe-viagra-en-crema James profiles James Olson, a Fred...
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Bailey: Weir Wars

What’s weir fishing? Kevin Bailey explains in a piece for Earth Island Journal. Kevin visited Nova Scotia to watch the...
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