Come join us at the 2010-2011 QUEST Science Education Institute. QUEST is gearing up for the 2010-2011 Science Education Institute, a professional development opportunity for educators designed to support multimedia integration in middle and high school science programs! We seek to work directly with teams of Bay Area teachers and informal educators dedicated to enhancing [...]
Post on Mar 30, 2010 by Jessica Neely
Living here in the San Francisco Bay Area I marvel at the diverse culture that sprouts from our surrounding parks and open spaces.
Post on Sep 29, 2009 by Chris Bauer
Plopped down on a sand dune in Death Valley, one gains a certain appreciation for both the national parks and natural "quiet."
Post on Sep 25, 2009 by Craig Miller
Through Youth Speaks Green, we’ll explore how young people in the Bay Area view the challenges of becoming green. We’ll be looking beyond clean fuels, efficient vehicles and solar panel rebates and delving instead into the personal.
Post on Sep 22, 2009 by Gabriela Quirós
Imagine a medical disease that afflicts eighteen million people in the U.S., for which more than 160 million prescriptions were filled in 2008, that is one of the leading causes of disability in the U.S., but a disease for which no definitive medical model of pathology exists.
Post on Sep 22, 2009 by Sheraz Sadiq
See author Chris Mooney discuss his new book "Unscientific America" Monday evening, August 3rd in Santa Clara.
Post on Jul 30, 2009 by Kishore Hari
This is old news to many of the folks at California Energy Commission , who have pushed for such changes for decades. But the real news is that these aren't just recommendations anymore. They're policy, or soon will be.
Post on Jul 22, 2009 by Amy Standen
The goal is to see if water exists on the moon and if it does, buried deep beneath the lunar soil, accumulating over millions of years of impacts with comets, it would accelerate our efforts to establish a permanent lunar base.
Post on Apr 07, 2009 by Sheraz Sadiq
Becoming a KQED member is not for everyone. Perhaps you're not from around here. Maybe you're just not a joiner. Or you really just want to support have a specific program– like QUEST– that matters to you. We hear that. So we're trying something new. Enter the QUEST *microdonation* pilot program.
Post on Mar 25, 2009 by Craig Rosa
A genetic test is available that claims to be able to help parents predict what sports their kids will be good at. The idea is that the parents can then funnel their kids into the sports at which they are most likely to succeed. How scary is that!
Post on Dec 08, 2008 by Dr. Barry Starr
We put out a call for submissions for this Your Photos on Quest segment a little late. As a result, we only got a handful of submissions. Thankfully, John Albers-Mead was one of them.
Post on Nov 18, 2008 by Amy Miller