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Invisible/Invincible: The Bacteria Survival Guide (2017–18)

Invisible/Invincible: The Bacteria Survival Guide (2017–18)

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 11, 2020

(intense music) – The most exciting thing for me is really to let people know and help them begin to think about the things in our world that we can’t see but are very important to every single aspect of our life. – Microbes are the ones that help, you know, shape our entire world. […]

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Croc

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Croc

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 10, 2020

(group laughs) (crosstalk) – [Lee] Did anyone ever hear that story? – [Girl] No? – One of the last times we were here, we were doing the boat tour and there were only four of us. – Now wait, he calls it a boat and that’s being generous because they’re basically like a floating papier-mache, […]

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Fer-de-lance

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Fer-de-lance

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 9, 2020

– [Narrator 1] I never been in this place like this before the amount of biodiversity and the amount of life is unbelievable. Like when I was a kid, I used to go out and catch Tree frogs. But it’s nothing compared to this. I mean I think this is a once in a lifetime […]

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Eyelash Viper

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Eyelash Viper

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 7, 2020

(raining) – Step back. Move back, move back. – We just saw a yellow Eyelash Viper which is really cool. This is one of the at least seven species of venomous snakes that are living here in the Silva, so this is a really cool find after we saw the fer-de-lance the other two nights. […]

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Snapping Turtle

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – The Snapping Turtle

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 29, 2019

– And so he was about this size, walking up Seaver Drive. It was, whoever brought it, who knows. So I put it in my lab, and I put it in the sink and I plugged the sink and I put a little water in there until we figured out what to do with him […]

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – NSF

Seaver Stories | The Rainforest Bonus Footage – NSF

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 26, 2019

– So NSF is a program that Pepperdine does for first-year students. It’s kind of paired with the first-year seminar. So incoming freshmen who choose biology as something they want, they’re really interested in, you’re put into a program and it helps first-year students do research on their own and helps give them grants so […]

The Wildlife Conservation Center

The Wildlife Conservation Center

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 13, 2019

>>WHEN YOU HAVE MANY SPECIES LIVING TOGETHER, THEY ALL HAVE EFFECT ON EACH OTHER. ANYTIME YOU LOSE ONE SPECIES, WHETHER IT BE ANYTHING FROM INSECT UP TO ELEPHANTS, YOU HAVE AFFECTED EVERYBODY ELSE IN THAT SYSTEM.>>TODAY, WE’RE GOING TO LEARN ABOUT AN ORGANIZATION THAT WORKS WITH ENDANGERED AND VULNERABLE WILDLIFE SPECIES. IT’S GOAL IS TO […]

Wake Forest – From the Ground Up

Wake Forest – From the Ground Up

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 2, 2019

This is all about our Facilities Department trying to let people get a good idea of what we do each and every day and how we perform. I’m just really pumped up. I’m really rejuvenated about my job about the people I work with. I’ve had a good chance to get to know a lot […]

A New Literacy: Making Connections in Digital Environments

A New Literacy: Making Connections in Digital Environments

By Micah Moen 7 Comments November 25, 2019

Have you ever wondered if the people of the Anglo-Saxon period lamented when information started being exchanged by paper quill and ink instead of lyrical songs with lutes and lyres? Did they mourn the death of the oral tradition or celebrate the beginning of literacy? Probably both. How did people in 1446 feel when Gutenberg […]

Fighting Climate Change with Dance | KQED Arts

Fighting Climate Change with Dance | KQED Arts

By Micah Moen 2 Comments September 10, 2019

(dancers chattering) – Dead Reckoning is a dance piece that I created in 2014 and it’s fundamentally about human being’s relationship to the natural world. We’re gonna do the first section right now. My name is KT Nelson and I’m co-artistic director of ODC. We’re a dance company in San Francisco. Okay so can you […]