Exploring ‘An Immense World’ With Ed Yong

On January 23, Ed Yong will be in conversation with Arielle Duhaime-Ross on the ways life uniquely perceives their environment.

Event promotional image. In the top left corner, SciFri Book Club logo, with event info below, which reads: "Expanding Our Umwelten: An Immense World Livestream. January 23, 4:00pm ET, Online + Free, ScienceFriday.com/Events." To the left of the frame is the book cover of AN IMMENSE WORLD by Ed Yong. The middle features headshots of Author Ed Yong and host Arielle Duhaime-Ross. The background is a close-up photo of aquamarine lizard skin.

Expanding Our Umwelten: An Immense World Author Livestream and Call-in Q&A

  • When: Tuesday, January 23 at 4:00pm ET / 1:00pm PT
  • Where: Science Friday’s YouTube livestream
  • Tickets: Free! RSVP for updates

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Ed Yong will be in conversation with science journalist Arielle Duhaime-Ross on the multitude of ways life—from giant squid to the tiniest jumping spiders—uniquely perceive their environments, and how he sees our world differently since the publication of his book, An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us, in 2022.

Join us online for a Zoom livestream with the author on the science topics featured in the SciFri Book Club pick for January 2024. Come with your queries and wonderings—we’ll be taking some call-in questions from the chat!

Find out more about our book club on this month’s main page.

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