Large chemical rockets are needed to launch payloads into space from the ground, but could rockoons, rocket balloons, be a more efficient alternative?
Scientists tracked elephants with devices like Fitbits, and discovered African elephants in the wild sleep far less than anyone expected. It proves there’s a huge gap in what we know about how and why animals sleep.
Earth has a flag… and its story will move you.
After uncovering three giant neurons, scientists could be one step closer to pinpointing where consciousness lives in the brain.
Check out these “15 Places to See in Washington before You Die” and notice that Spokane’s own Duncan Gardens is on the list. These geometrical gardens are a treat for you eyes and nose as the design and fragrance are pleasing to the senses on one of our many beautiful summer days. There are many more spots in our area that are breathtakingly beautiful, be sure to ask for a recommendation for a day trip while you study in Spokane.
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Bryan Witte is a graduate student studying Fisheries Management at Eastern Washington University. SCEL Presents will feature his presentation “Fishes of Eastern Washington: Description and Ecology.” This talk will focus on the types of fish present in Eastern Washington (both native and nonnative species) as well as how these fish make a living in our waterways.
Tuesday, February 28, 11:30AM at the Spokane College of English Language
We are trapped on earth. Controlled by an ancient debt to the universe…