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Aaron Freeman, Artist in Residence presents new content for Valentine's Day and Black History Month!


Aaron Freeman, Artist in Residence presents new content for Valentine's Day and Black History Month!

Meet Aaron Freeman, writer/producer, science commentator and funnyman. Former host of both NPR’s weekly talk show Metropolis, and WTTW’s Chicago Tomorrow, a weekly science-and-health half-hour magazine. Aaron will be sharing his take on a variety of science topics through posts and videos.

Tales From the Sea: How do Baby Fish and Other Marine Species Find Forever Homes?


Pint Chicago

Tales From the Sea: How do Baby Fish and Other Marine Species Find Forever Homes?

How do fish and other marine species find forever homes? How long do they remain drifters?

The Physics of Baseball


The Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center

The Physics of Baseball

Baseball: It’s Not Nuclear Physics—Or Is It?

Chicago Council on Science and Technology and the Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center present

Just in time for opening day!

The Physics of Baseball


The Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center

The Physics of Baseball

Baseball: It’s Not Nuclear Physics—Or Is It?

Chicago Council on Science and Technology and the Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center present

Just in time for opening day!

Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age


Columbia College Chicago

Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age

Title:  Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age

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