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Coronavirus Can’t Stop the Virtual Classroom

March 16 - April 30, 2020

The Coronavirus may be shutting down schools, but it can't shutdown the virtual classroom! Join us over the next few months as we continue to broadcast live, free events with leading scientists, explorers, adventurers and conservationists around the world. Parents and students can join into any event from home, live via the YouTube stream and send in questions via the live chat side bar. All of the events will also record to YouTube and can be viewed at anytime, along with the hundreds of recorded events we have available to view. If you have any question, reach out to ebtsoyp@gmail.com

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No need to sign-up and register to join the live events! You can tune into events using the links included with each event below, simply follow the link when the event is about to start. There is no limit to the number of groups that can tune into the live events through YouTube so ignore if you see that there are no camera spots available, that was for when we had classrooms joining in on camera spots.

Stay tuned as we'll be announcing dozens of more live events over the next couple of weeks!

Event Schedule with Links to Join | April 1st

Updated daily as most events will be on our main channel, but when there are exceptions, they'll be listed here. If for some reason a link doesn't work for you, search the channel name directly on YouTube.

April 1st: Most events are streaming on the main channel Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants Channel with the exception of Toucan Rescue Ranch

Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants (Main Channel)
Liv Grant, Kristen Lear, Gemina Garland Lewis, SciComm Story Time

https://www.youtube.com/c/Exploringbytheseatofyourpants/live

EBTSOYP 2
Toucan Rescue Ranch

Direct Live Stream Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqTz2H-klqyVuokutvKx9Xw/live

The Google Hangouts:

April 1, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

Liv Grant is a biologist and wildlife filmmaker who has led an expedition to one of the most remote islands in the South Pacific, where she studied a vanishingly rare and stunningly beautiful parrot called the Ultramarine Lorikeet. Along the way she swam through shark infested waters, was marooned on an uninhabited island and filmed a cultural festival. Liv is passionate about protecting our most fragile ecosystems and figuring out how to get people excited about conservation.

Liv is sponsored by organisations including the Scientific Exploration Society, BirdLife International and the Loro Parque Foundation. She graduated with a degree from the University of Oxford, has conducted scientific research at the University of Cambridge and currently works in documentaries and journalism. Liv has been published in The Guardian and has worked on documentaries for the BBC and Netflix.

April 1, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Kristen Lear is a bat conservationist and environmental educator. She got her start in bat conservation at age 12, when she built and installed bat houses for her Girl Scout Silver Award project. Since then, she has traveled the world, including the US, Australia, and Mexico, to learn how to protect endangered bats and to share her passion with the public. In this session, Kristen will provide a glimpse into the world of bats, sharing some specialized research equipment and providing hands-on tips for how students can build their own bat houses and contribute to bat conservation in their own backyards.

April 1, 2020

12:30 pm eastern time

Join us live from the Toucan Rescue Ranch in Costa Rica!!! We'll learn all about the two and three fingered sloths and meet some of the incredible animals they're rehabilitating. At TRR they have focused on care, rehabilitation, and release of national wildlife since 2004. TRR provides sanctuary while giving treatment, rehabilitation, and when possible, release to their natural environment. They specialize in toucans, sloths, and owls, however, we have a large array of wildlife from weasels, porcupines, cats, kinkajous, parrots, and so forth.

April 1, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Gemina Garland-Lewis is a Seattle-based photographer, EcoHealth researcher, and National Geographic Explorer with experience in over 30 countries across six continents. Both her photography and research explore the myriad connections between humans, animals, and their shared environments. She is passionate about integrating the worlds of visual storytelling and research to develop new ways of communicating social and environmental issues to broader audiences and building unique platforms for education and outreach. Her long-term projects focus on former whaling communities in the Azores, the human-animal bond in homelessness, and the interface of wildlife conservation and public health. She works as a photo instructor and naturalist for Lindblad-National Geographic Expeditions and her photography, writing, and stories have been featured by National Geographic News, National Geographic Adventure, and REI, among others. She is an avid outdoor adventurer and environmental stewardship advocate. You will likely find her somewhere in the mountains or on the ocean, chasing the light with camera in tow and a silly grin on her face.

April 1, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Nick is a West Virginia born, raised, and schooled aerospace engineer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Hunters. Since 2016, Nick has served as an aircrew member aboard NOAA’s fleet of research aircraft supporting a number of science missions including Arctic sea ice surveys, marine mammal surveys, atmospheric river reconnaissance, and hurricane research and reconnaissance. To date, he has flown into 12 hurricanes across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, including Hurricanes Irma, Florence, and Dorian. Nick is also pursuing a master’s degree in physical oceanography at the University of South Florida. He is passionate about sharing NOAA’s mission of environmental stewardship, promoting hurricane awareness, and STEM education.

April 2, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

The Turtle Hospital opened its doors 1986 with four main goals: 1) rehab injured sea turtles and return them to their natural habitat, 2) educate the public through outreach programs and visit local schools, 3) conduct and assist with research aiding to sea turtles (in conjunction with state universities), and 4) work toward environmental legislation making the beaches and water safe and clean for sea turtles. The Turtle Hospital contains up-to-date equipment needed to perform a variety of surgeries on different species and sizes of sea turtles. There are 7 species of sea turtles throughout the entire world. Five of the seven are found in Florida: Green, Loggerhead, Leatherback, Hawksbill, and Kemp’s Ridley.

April 2, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Have you ever wondered how different animals sleep? Do they sleep like you and I, tucked into a cozy bed at night? Follow along with us as we tour a portion of our African Rainforest pavilion, discovering the creature features that allow our animals to catch some “zzz's”.

April 2, 2020

12:00 pm eastern time

Marine biologist Pia Ve Dahlen wants you to do one thing: Jump in the sea! Because maybe the most important thing we can do for the sea is to love it. Pia holds a master's degree in marine biodiversity from University of Bergen, Norway, and for the past 10 years has held a number of lectures and workshops on the sea. She talks about the marvellous sea, about cold-water coral reefs, photosynthesizing snails, about plastic, and about "the blue planet," and the importance of the ocean as a resource. Pia has a unique ability to engage children and youth, and don’t be surprised if you find your pupils at the beach in search of paddle worms next time you are out for a walk.

April 2, 2020

12:00 pm eastern time

Dr. Viranga Perera is a planetary physicist and a science education researcher. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Johns Hopkins University. He uses principles in physics along with computer codes to study planetary bodies such as the Moon and asteroids. He is primarily interested in how the Moon cooled over time after having formed in the aftermath of a giant impact and how granular material move on asteroids such as via the Brazil Nut Effect. He is also active in science education research where he focuses on how factors such as students’ attitudes and emotions may affect their learning.

April 2, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Celebrated NASA astronaut, pilot of the space shuttle Endeavour, and crew member on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, Terry Virts also spent 200 consecutive days in space as commander of the International Space Station—one of the longest continuous space missions of any NASA astronaut. Step back, more than 220 miles from Earth, and experience our planet from a new perspective. Terry helped to install the outpost’s 360-degree observation module, which not only helped him to take more photos than any astronaut before him, but gives those who see the images a deeper understanding of our planet’s beauty, climate, and place in the universe.​

These events are National Geographic Education events, for more visit: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/education/student-experiences/explorer-classroom/

April 2, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Join an aquarist as they feed the sand tiger sharks at the aquarium. Learn about their ecology and have a chance to ask questions about these awesome looking predators.

April 2, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Raven is a molecular scientist and educator at both university and K-12 levels. Online, she's known as Raven the Science Maven, and known for spearheading the "science trap" music genre. Raven creates rap music that features crafty science wordplay with music videos that represent a diversity of accomplished women in STEM. She is the creator and host of STEMbassy, which is a science talk show where STEM ambassadors discuss critical issues with each other and a live public audience.

Professionally, Raven has worn many hats as a biology professor, corporate drug discovery scientist, and STEM academic advisor. She is completing a doctorate in science education, studying the relationships between media representation of women scientists and science identity in adults. Currently, Raven is the Director of Collegiate STEM Initiatives at a STEM Charter School in Buffalo, New York, where she develops outstanding culturally responsive science programs and opportunities for high school students.

April 3, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

Natalie Lynn has a degree in Molecular Pathology and has recently received her Master's in Conservation Leadership/Zoology. Internationally, she serves as the Conservation Officer for Whale Shark Diaries based in La Paz, Mexico. On the local U.S. level, she is Chairman of the Hoffman Estates Sustainability Commission, Deputy Officer of the Illinois Monarch Project Community Engagement Committee and the Scientific Board Director for the Schaumburg Pollinator Initiative. She is an active volunteer with Spring Valley Nature Center and Sandbluff Bird Banding Station. She also leads international environmental expeditions such as in the Baja Peninsula and Kenya. Because climate change is one of the main factors in species and biodiversity loss, Natalie Lynn speaks at local and international events to educate people of all ages the importance of decreasing our carbon footprint and living a sustainable lifestyle. She lives with hope, tenacity and perseverance. Protecting the planet's species is her life's passion!

March 3, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Rachel is an aquatic ecology and pollution researcher in the Rochman Lab. She is interested in how cities, and the pollution that they create, affect the wildlife that live in the streams and rivers. When she is not knee-deep in Toronto’s Humber river, you can find Rachel dancing, strolling through the Royal Ontario Museum, picking through trash with the U of T Trash Team, or cooking at home with her cat Taro.

April 3, 2020

12:30 pm eastern time

Join us live from the Toucan Rescue Ranch in Costa Rica!!! We'll learn all about the two and three fingered sloths and meet some of the incredible animals they're rehabilitating. At TRR they have focused on care, rehabilitation, and release of national wildlife since 2004. TRR provides sanctuary while giving treatment, rehabilitation, and when possible, release to their natural environment. They specialize in toucans, sloths, and owls, however, we have a large array of wildlife from weasels, porcupines, cats, kinkajous, parrots, and so forth.

April 3, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Join an aquarist who will be demonstrating a feeding session with the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada's Spotted Eagle Rays (Aetobatus narinari). The session will focus on their ecology and habits, with other tank mates like Cownose Rays and the smallest hammerhead sharks species, the Bonnethead likely to make some appearances.

April 3, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Diana is a Propulsion Development Engineer at Virgin Orbit. She is part of a team that is responsible for LanuncherOne’s Stage Systems design, operation and testing. She received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering (2017) from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Originally from Baghdad, Diana is an Iraqi immigrant who has been passionate about engineering since she was 10 years old, watching her grandfather weld metal plates in small machine shop in the backyard of their home in Baghdad. Prior to enrolling at UCSD, Diana earned an Associates Degree in Physics, Mathematics, and Science. At UCSD, she was the Propulsion Team Lead for Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) at UCSD. She was heavily involved in NASA’s CubeQuest Challenge in designing a 6U Cubic Satellite with propellant feed system, powered by a monopropellant engine. She became a Brooke Owens Fellow in 2017. In October 2018, Diana founded @TheArabianStargazer (https://www.instagram.com/thearabianstargazer/); a bilingual Instagram page that promotes STEM to the Arab youth all around the world.

April 6, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

Ray Zahab is a Canadian explorer, ultra distance runner and Founder of non-profit impossible2Possible. A recipient of the Meritorious Service Cross of Canada, Ray is an Explorer in Residence of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2015 Canadian Geographic recognized Ray as one of Canada’s Top Explorers. He has ran 17,000+km across the world’s deserts, and unsupported expeditions in some of the coldest places on the planet. His goal is to share these incredible places and the stories of the people he meets with classrooms and schools all over the world!!!

April 6, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Scientists reached the deepest point of the ocean after a journey of 4 hours and 47 minutes and introduced the world to the incredible diversity that can be found thousands of meters below the surface. How do animals survive in the deep ocean that is dark and of high pressure? How do they hunt? What do they eat? Explore cool facts of the deep sea and learn about the adaptations of the sea creatures inside with an Ocean Wise Educator. Participants will discuss the importance of ocean exploration and ways for citizens to help uncover the ocean mysteries.

April 6, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Frédérique Baron est astrophysicienne et elle s’intéresse à la communication scientifique. Elle se spécialise dans la recherche de planètes géantes gazeuses qui orbitent une autre étoile que le Soleil à l'aide de la méthode d'imagerie directe. Elle est présentement la coordonnatrice scientifique à l'éducation et au rayonnement de l'institut de recherche sur les exoplanètes à l'Université de Montréal. Elle a obtenu son diplôme de doctorat à l'Université de Montréal en 2019.

Frédérique Baron is an astrophysicist and she is interested in scientific communication. She specializes in the search for giant planets that orbit a star other than the Sun using the direct imaging method. She is currently the Scientific and Education and Public Outreach Coordinator at the Institute for Research on Exoplanet at the Université de Montréal. She obtained her doctoral degree at the Université de Montréal in 2019.

April 6, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Sarah Habibi is a pharmacology and parasitology PhD Candidate. Sarah is a highly published researcher in the field of parasite anthelmintic research. Aside from Sarah’s academic work, she also runs a science communication page on Instagram, where she shares her experiences as a PhD student, provides resources and motivation for undergraduate students, and uses beauty and makeup to teach various concepts in science. All of which is well represented in her brand of Science Bae (Beauty and Education).

April 6, 2020

3:00 pm eastern time

Sven Lindblad and Kristin Hettermann have travelled the world, exploring the ocean and working to protect it for future generations. Join in as they share their love for the ocean through stories and experiences in the field, and how truly experiencing the ocean can lead to meaningful activism and conservation.

Sven Lindblad was born in Switzerland and traveled extensively with his father, renowned adventure-travel pioneer Lars-Eric Lindblad. For six years, Sven lived in East Africa photographing elephants and wildlife in Kenya and assisting filmmakers on a documentary on the destruction of African rain forests. His early exposure to nature and wildlife taught him the importance of maintaining natural resources and understanding the cultural background of remote regions of the world. In 1979, he launched Special Expeditions (now Lindblad Expeditions), a unique travel company aimed at offering marine-focused expeditions aboard small ships for adventurous travellers.

Kristin Hettermann is recognized for her underwater and adventure travel photography and creating awareness for important environmental and social causes. Based between Maui and Manhattan, her work and travels have taken her on adventures around the world with a keen eye toward ocean conservation and distant cultures. Kristin contributes to publications including Scientific American, Newsweek and Virgin and is an ambassador to Oceanic Global and Beneath the Waves.

April 7, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

Lauren in an educator and scientist who loves all things related to primates. She works at the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada managing the youth sustainability program, Roots & Shoots. She has studied primates in the lab and out in the field in Kenya and Tanzania. She will be sharing the story of Jane Goodall and how as a young woman she changed how we viewed our closets living relative, the chimpanzee. She will also speak about what primates are, why they are so cool to study and her own adventures following monkeys around the African Savannah.

April 7, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Andy is a wildlife conservationist, National Geographic Explorer and director of ecological restoration and biodiversity conservation with Osa Conservation in Costa Rica. He uses camera traps to capture pictures and videos of secretive species that spend their entire lives high above the ground in the rainforest. We'll join Andy, live, high in the rainforest canopy for an exciting lesson about biodiversity and conservation from one of the most biodiverse locations on the planet. The Osa Peninsula is home to half of all the species in Costa Rica, that's a staggering 2.5% of the entire biodiversity of the planet, living on a mere 0.00000085% of the earth's total surface area.

April 7, 2020

12:00 pm eastern time

Peter is a conservation biologist at the University of Ottawa, where his research focuses on the effects of climate change and habitat loss on pollinators. The global loss of pollinators we are experiencing is a huge red flag as we have no way to replicate the services they provide for free. He also studies community science (i.e. citizen science) and how these programs can influence the understanding of wildlife across Canada. In his spare time, Peter enjoys participating in science communication activities like Let’s Talk Science, contributing to community science programs like iNaturalist and e-Butterfly, debating G.O.A.T. rap albums, and cheering for the reigning NBA Champions, the Toronto Raptors.

April 7, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Have you ever wondered what it’s like in Glacier National Park? Take a journey with a ranger to find out more about the many wonders of this mountainous landscape.

April 7, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Maynard Okereke, better known as the Hip Hop M.D., graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Civil Engineering. His passion for science and entertainment, along with his curiosity for new innovation has taken him through an incredible life journey. He now uses his knowledge of science to help inspire minorities and youth by bridging the gap between music, entertainment, & science - encouraging more diverse involvement in the S.T.E.M. fields.

April 8, 2020

12:00 pm eastern time

Dr. Abigail Fraeman is the deputy project scientist for the Curiosity Mars rover and research scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Her research focuses on understanding the origin and evolution rocky bodies across our solar system. In addition to Curiosity, Abigail has worked on the Spirit and Opportunity Mars rover and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter missions, and she is also involved in developing new instruments and mission concepts for to explore our solar system in the future.

April 8, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Kristina is the Chief Science Officer at Hypergiant Industries, an AI and emerging technology company looking at complicated issues like Climate Change. She'll share how we can use technology to combat climate change, including Hypergiant’s groundbreaking Eos bioreactor and their Disaster Management software, and why outer space is the most important new domain for solving the carbon crisis. She recently journeyed to the Democratic Republic Congo and Rwanda to see some of the world's most endangered species and will share some of that experience as well.

April 8, 2020

4:00 pm eastern time

Dr. Farah Alibay has been a Systems Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for the past five years. Her primary projects while at JPL have been the InSight Mars Lander, as well as its companion mission: the Mars Cube One (MarCO) CubeSats. These missions arrived at Mars in November 2018, and Dr Alibay was both part of the team that helped build and test the spacecraft, as well as the operations team. She has now recently joined the Mars 2020 team – the next rover mission to be launching for the Red Planet, primarily working on the mobility system for the rover. Prior to joining JPL, Dr. Alibay obtained an undergraduate and master’s degree from the University of Cambridge in the U.K., followed by a Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

April 8, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Athena Brensberger advocates for space exploration through her platform Astroathens. It’s a website, youtube channel and various social media platforms where people can find DIY videos for astrophysics demos, rocket launch coverage and going behind the scenes at space ports and events around the world!! Coming from a background in astrophysics, theater and fashion, Athena’s mission is to show that space is within all of us and is fun for everyone to learn about—no matter what industry you are in! Athena conducted research on Proto-planetary disks-early formation of planetary systems like our solar system! But after giving her first talk on stage, she fell in love with presenting science rather than conducting it!

April 8, 2020

3:00 pm eastern time

A scientist and engineer, Marc Rayman has been a space and astronomy enthusiast since he was four years old. He knew by the fourth grade he wanted a PhD in physics, but it was a few more years before he received one and then joined JPL. He has worked on a number of exciting interplanetary and astrophysics missions. He is now JPL’s chief engineer for mission operations and science. Marc's passion for space burns as bright now as it did when he was a child, and he is exceptionally effective in sharing the thrill of space exploration and the power of science with the public. He is a very popular speaker and writer. His favorite hobby is learning about the exploration of space. His other hobbies include international folk dancing (he and his wife teach and dance with several groups), photography, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Marc also holds a black belt in karate.​

April 9, 2020

9:00 am eastern time

Leon is a writer, broadcaster and adventurer from Northern Ireland. Much of his recent work has been seeking out stories of humanity and nuance in parts of the world that are often demonized or misunderstood by Western media. In the last few years, Leon has been exploring the ways in which moving slowly and thoroughly affects the stories that we hear and tell. His idea is that by approaching storytelling at three miles an hour, let’s say, reporters can find new narratives and meaning, and are perhaps afforded more time to experience and disseminate a deeper human connection. To this end, Leon has walked a 1000-mile loop of the Holy Land, crossed China from north to south, and travelled on foot in Kosovo, Armenia and on the Yemeni island of Socotra. He has also cycled 14,000 miles across three continents, walked through the Empty Quarter desert, and ridden across Patagonia on horseback. Leon has written two books, the latest of which was shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Awards.

April 9, 2020

10:00 am eastern time

Dr. David Sills is Executive Director of the Northern Tornadoes Project. He received a BSc in Atmospheric Science and Certificate in Meteorology from York University in 1993, as well as a PhD in Atmospheric Science from York University in 1998. He worked for more than 20 years as a severe weather scientist with Environment Canada, conducting research on Canadian tornadoes, severe weather nowcasting and mesoscale meteorology. He was awarded the CMOS Rube Hornstein Medal in Operational Meteorology and the Geoff Howell Citation of Excellence for Innovation. Dr. Sills serves as Associate Editor for the journals Atmosphere-Ocean and Monthly Weather Review. When not investigating the latest tornado, he also writes/performs indie folk-rock, is an avid photographer, and sails the Great Lakes with his wife Heather.

April 9, 2020

1:00 pm eastern time

Star of Sharknado 3 (not really) and robot on Battlebots, engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Bobak is the Fault Protection lead on the NISAR joint Earth observation mission with India at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. His prior positions have included Launch, Cruise, Approach Engineering Lead and Flight Director on Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity, Science Planner on the Cassini mission, Flight Software Product Line System Engineer, and Europa Clipper Mission Planner.

April 9, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Dianna is the always enthusiastic, ever curious, creator and host of the highly successful YouTube channel Physics Girl. She’s especially passionate about science, education and sparking a lifelong curiosity in science for girls and minorities. Dianna loves sharing her curiosity with her 1.3 million subscribers and beyond, and she was named as one of Forbes 30 under 30. Her time is split between writing, filming and producing content for her YouTube channel; and public speaking engagements at conferences, universities, classrooms, and further afield. She lives in San Diego and loves to get out on the water surfing.

April 10, 2020

11:00 am eastern time

Nicole has explored from the heights of outer space to the depths of our oceans. A veteran NASA Astronaut, her experience includes two spaceflights and 104 days living and working in space on both the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station (ISS). She performed one spacewalk, was the first person to fly the robotic arm to capture the free flying HTV cargo vehicle, she was the last crew member to fly to and from their ISS mission on a Space Shuttle, and she was a member of the crew of the final flight of the Space Shuttle Discovery, STS-133.  A personal highlight of Nicole's spaceflight was painting the first watercolor in space. Nicole is also a NASA Aquanaut, who in preparation for spaceflight and along with her NEEMO9 crew, lived and worked during an 18-day and longest saturation mission to date on the Aquarius undersea habitat. As an Artist, and now retired from NASA, Nicole combines her artwork and spaceflight experience to inspire creative thinking about solutions to our planetary challenges, to raise awareness of the surprising interplay between science and art, and to promote the amazing work being done every day in space to improve life right here on Earth. She is the founder of the Space for Art

April 10, 2020

12:00 pm eastern time

Join us for a virtual field trip to meet some exciting birds of prey. The Vermont Institute of Sciences (VINS) mission is to motivate individuals to care for the natural environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation. The operate New England’s premier avian wildlife rehabilitation clinic at the Nature Center. VINS has been a leader in environmental education and wildlife conservation and care since 1972.

April 10, 2020

2:00 pm eastern time

Naomi is a scientist and communications specialist passionate about making science accessible. She is being awarded her PhD from the University of Technology Sydney where she studies stem cells and teaches undergraduate subjects. Naomi has been featured as an expert guest on both Discovery Channel and ABC and she loves getting out in the community to talk about science through events like Sydney Science Festival.

Website: https://www.naomikohbelic.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naomikohbelic/