Perpetual Notion Machine
Scent: A Natural History of Fragrance
Pleasant to nose and soothing to the mind, some scents evoke calmness and peace. Others remind us of the holidays – the smell of pumpkin pie in the fall, sticky […]
Madison Public Library Debuts Naturalist-in-Residence Program This Fa...
Perpetual Notion Machine host Catherine Garvens speaks with Kristina Gómez, Community Engagement Librarian; and John C. Newman, the first ever Naturalist in Residence at the Madison Public Library. They’ll discuss […]
What’s Math Got to Do With It? Math & The Social Good
It is 8am,on a wintry Monday. You have your coffee cup in hand as you rush towards the bus stop. It is the middle of winter, so the buses are […]
An Audio Tour of the Longenecker Horticultural Gardens
There’s no time like a beautiful August day to head to the UW Arboretum. Join us for a guided walking tour of the Longenecker Horticultural Gardens. Curator David Stevens leads […]
Will the Reign of Monarchs Continue?
The lifecycle of monarch butterflies is one of the most remarkable of any migrating species. As familiar as these beautiful insects are, last month monarchs were listed as endangered species. […]
At the Edge of a Glacier: A Walk Down the Ice Age Trail
The Ice Age Trail is one of eleven national scenic trails in the US, winding its way through Wisconsin for over 1,000 miles. The story of the trail is one […]
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