Photography: Science Communication and Science Education
A Dozen Science Communication and Science Education Photographs
All images are copyright Ilan Kelman.
Demonstrating a microburst (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
A fun game for the public to communicate mathematical problem-solving, in Oslo, Norway (2009).
Getting ready to launch a weather balloon (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
The Science Arcade at the Ontario Science Centre (Toronto, Ontario, 2009).
The Earth Hall at the Ontario Science Centre (Toronto, Ontario, 2009).
Describing the atmosphere (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
An activity showing why polar bears do not get cold swimming in Arctic waters (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
Could be an infrared viewer. Any other suggestions? (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
Chaos, exemplified by the unpredictability of the ball's path through the nails (Boulder, Colorado, 2005).
The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology (Oslo, Norway, 2009).
Using flubber to show glacier movement (Boulder, Colorado, 2007).
An activity explaining plate tectonics (Boulder, Colorado, 2006).
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