Outreach

Hands on demo – knocking out oysters for science

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Hands on demo – knocking out oysters for science

Jake ran a hands-on workshop on how to sample oysters at the Ken Chew Shellfish Hatchery at the NOAA Manchester Research Station. Professor Bonnie Becker and lab from UW Tacoma were there and took this great video. Be sure to read the entire account of the event on the Becker Lab blog – Doping oysters and stealing their...

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Flexin Our Mussels at Seattle Expanding Your Horizons

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Flexin Our Mussels at Seattle Expanding Your Horizons

Last Saturday, with amazing help of Roberts Lab undergrads Jessica Blanchette and Katie Robinson as well as Anne Baxter from NOAA’s NWFSC, I led a workshop called ‘Flex Your Mussels’ for Seattle’s Expanding Your Horizons (SEYH) conference at Seattle University. The mission of SEYH is to inspire girls to pursue opportunities in STEM fields through exposure to role models and hands on activities.  The Seattle conference hosted 46 different workshops (bacteria to fireworks) and had over 400 middle school participants!!   At the Flex Your Mussels workshop the girls learned about...

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Hackathon with GEMS

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Hackathon with GEMS

Mackenzie Gavery helps put on a Hackathon with the middle school girls at GEMS. They wrote code for making various patterns of stacked cups. A little buggy, but overall they did awesome!  For this activity one girl was the ‘robot’ and went to a different area of the room while the other girls coded. They had 6 different commands and they were given images of patterns of stacked cups. When they were done writing the code, the robot would come over and read the code to build the pattern.. sometimes it took a little debugging to get it right After a few simple patterns they...

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Steven on the Science Online Altmetrics Panel

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circa 2013 scienceonline on livestream.com. Broadcast Live...

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Data and Resource Sharing Plan

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It is the philosophy of the group to make data available to the widest potential audience in a timely manner. Data Sharing Routine Activity Research activities will be recorded daily in online lab notebooks. Lab notebooks can be maintained in various platforms including Evernote, Wikispaces, IPython, and GitHub. Noteboooks will be made centrally accessible at genefish.wikispaces.com. Product Publication All published data will be submitted to journals indexed by the major biomedical indexing sites including PubMed and PubMed Central. In instances where a publisher version of a publication...

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Steven Roberts an openscientist in action! by HackYourPhd

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