Washington State University scientists, writes Eric Sorensen, are using cutting-edge methods to learn about 700-year-old technology. Archaeologists are probing decades of data from cliff dwellings in New Mexico to figure out why they were suddenly abandoned. On Friday, April 28 in Seattle, join Eric for a discussion about how universities promote research at “Compelling Science Stories,” a workshop for science communicators. image: Eric Sorensen
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