February 23, 2012
If you click the little play arrow down there you’ll be able to join us as we speak with Sheril Kirshenbaum, author and science writer. Besides being Director of The University of Texas at Austin’s Project on Energy Communication, she has written or co-written three books about science, has given a TED talk and is a science advisor to NPR’s Science Fridays program. I asked her how to boil an egg.
Just kidding. We talk about the future of energy and women in science, many things. Plus, a few more guests come by, but they asked that I don’t reveal their names at this time. And there’s a quiz and some news, all the things you need to know if you know what to need!
A translation of that previous sentence would be appreciated.
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