Guerilla Science



A place for the team and our collaborators to share news, research, and inspiration.


What’s with the ducks?

June 7, 2017 — by Rachel
We hope you enjoyed bobbing for ducks -- and checking the bacteria levels in different NYC water sites --  in our carnival game at Works on Water.     The six water sites in our game are among dozens tested weekly each summer for enterococcus bacteria -- a good indicator of waste products in...
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We put video in your sink. But why?

June 5, 2017 — by Rachel
We took over the sinks in the bathrooms at 3LD Art + Technology Center, home of our Works on Water project, to connect one of our most common -- and mindless -- interactions with water to four current water-related threats from around the globe. Working in collaboration with video artist Marianna de...
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Announcing our NSF ArtSci Festival Residents!

June 1, 2017 — by Romie
In March 2017, we announced that we are partnering with Pratt Institute, New York to host a residency for up to 15 artist-scientist collaborations to bring transformational experiences to a major art and music festival. After an incredible amount of submissions, we are excited to announce the...
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Virtual Space Vacations for All

May 18, 2017 — by Olivia
The Intergalactic Travel Bureau has gone digital! We're bringing the joy of a trip to space to everyone through our new mobile virtual reality app. Now you can enjoy a leisurely stroll on the Moon without leaving the comfort of your home. Download the app for your iPhone here and Android device here

Book Tour Alert!

May 15, 2017 — by Olivia
Had enough of Planet Earth? Vacation Guide to the Solar System is your must-have manual to the hottest interplanetary getaway spots. It hits shelves June 6th in the U.S., and August 3rd in the U.K. Co-authors Olivia Koski and Jana Grcevich are appearing across America to plan space vacations and...
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Space Vacations at a Yuri’s Night Near You!

April 5, 2017 — by Olivia
On April 12, we celebrate the 57th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's entrance into space. The Russian pilot completed an orbit of the Earth in just under an hour and a half, marking the beginning of human travel to the great void. Join us on a virtual vacation at a global party in his...
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