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When the Zombies Attack

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Zombie Apocalypse and the Loss of Power


Rachel Cochran is a Professional Engineer, co-founder of Indiana Sciences, organizer of March for Science Indy, and advocate for women in STEM.

Learn what would happen to our power infrastructure during the first days, weeks, and year of a zombie apocalypse. Explore vulnerabilities to total societal collapse of our power generation facilities, the grid, and the distribution system.

Zombies and Infectious Disease

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Thomas Duszynski Ph.D has worked in public health for more than 20 years and now teaches epidemiology at IUPUI

Zombies are a part of every population and culture in the world and were used to explain phenomenon that couldn't be explained through science at the time. Infectious disease, up until the mid-twentieth century has been one of the biggest killers of humanity and it still is in the developing world. How do zombies, infectious disease, and public health epidemiology work together?

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