Monthly Archives: September 2016

Portland Science Hack Day challenges participants to see what they can create in a day

Portland-area fans of science, it’s time to get your hack on. This year’s Science Hack Day will start at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 7 and run for 24 hours. The event is aimed at helping people get excited about using science … Continue reading

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Portland State fall seminars, talks let you get your science on

Let the seminar madness begin! Universities are getting back into the swing of things with the start of a new academic year, and that means seminar series will soon be launching at area institutions of higher learning. 

We’ll try to … Continue reading

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Portland State University college wraps up a summer dotted with science happenings

Students will soon descend on Portland State University for the start of the 2016-17 school year, but it’s not all been quiet around campus this summer. Researchers in various areas have been busy science-ing. Here are some of the happenings … Continue reading

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Mount Hood may get more volcanic monitoring stations

In case you missed the news earlier this week (Sept. 6, 2016), the U.S. Geological Survey is hoping to add more monitoring stations on Mount Hood. Scientists with USGS want to keep closer tabs on a volcano that poses a … Continue reading

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Science In Portland celebrates first year of publishing

Allow us a moment to toot our own birthday horn here on Science In Portland because, as of Sept. 6, the blog is officially one year old. Here’s to more years dedicated to bringing you news about science happenings in … Continue reading

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