How This Marine Biologist Uses Art to Bridge the Gap Between Us and Science
In an effort to encourage public engagement with science, translators play a vital role in bridging the gap between us and research.
These scientific storytellers help distill dry, monotonous textbook writing, and turn it into something that inspires, educates, and motivates people to learn more.
Neighborhood Heroes: Louisville-Based Clay Simpson and Tyler Jury Scientific storytelling can take a lot of different forms. Teachers, docents, and journalists all work to find ways to deliver science’s message to the masses, in the hope that it will capture attention and spark a conscious shift in perspective, ultimately with the goal of changing our behavior in favor of the planet.
For Ethan Estess, the medium is art. He has found the creative beauty and benefit in using sculpture to draw attention to the plight of the sea.
Photo courtesy of Ethan EstessA Santa Cruz native and a Stanford graduate with a master’s degree in Environmental .... Continue Reading at Men's Journal Adventure