Science and Society | The Sounds of Life

ONLINE EVENT
FEBRUARY 7 | 5 PM | EST
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The natural world is filled with an endless variety of communication. A surprising array of species—including many insects, turtles, fish, corals, and plants—communicate by sound; even the planet itself is part of the chorus. Because most of these conversations take place outside humans’ narrow range of hearing, we have been unaware of the extent of this vast soundscape until recently. Now, scientists are using new digital technologies to eavesdrop on the natural world, and they are applying artificial intelligence to decode some of the auditory signals--perhaps paving the way for limited interspecies dialogues.

Cooks & Books Presents Asia Lui Chapa | The Home Café

ONLINE EVENT
FEBRUARY 9 | 5 PM | EST
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Join us for an online conversation with Asia Lui Chapa, author of The Home Café: Creative Recipes for Espresso, Matcha, Tea and Coffee Drinks.

Asia will be interviewed by Denise Clemons, Cape Gazette food columnist and author of A Culinary History of Southern Delaware: Scrapple, Beach Plums and Muskrat. She has been writing her weekly food column, Cape Flavors since 2005, focusing on seasonal, local ingredients and food history. She looks forward to sharing the discovery of new cookbooks through these discussions with cookbook authors.

This event is co-sponsored by Edible Delmarva.