Scientific Knowledge is Power: Nature Lab Podcast Episode 5

The scientific literacy fostered by community science centers can be an effective means of self-advocacy for communities that otherwise would have great difficulty making their voices heard in discussion of health and environmental issues. In this episode, McKenna Conners discusses these topics with Dr. Emily Obuya, who is a Chemistry Professor and member of the Nature Lab’s Advisory Board.

Alexx Weihrich

Alexx Weihrich

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