1. Science Story Telling with Author Bob Reiss

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    Author Bob Reiss takes a non-technical look at science by telling stories. Learn about his journeys around the world to meet people – from cancer patients to whalers to world leaders - with the goal of getting average people to see scientific questions in a different way and to show how science is important to all of us every day at the inaugural X-STEM Symposium in Washington, D.C. on April 24, 2014. The X-STEM Symposium is sponsored by MedImmune and the Northrop Grumman Foundation and is a program of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. Lockheed Martin is the Founding and Presenting Host of the USA Science & Engineering Festival.

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    • Authors at the Aldrich 2012 Sue Halpern

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      Sue Halpern, science writer, discusses her book "Can't Remember What I Forgot" and the research she conducted to write the book. August 1, 2012.

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      • Authors at the Aldrich 2011 Nancy Marie Brown

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        Nancy Marie Brown, science writer, discusses her book, "The Abacus and the Cross” plus her other books. July 20, 2011.

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        • The Wistar Author Series Presents: George Johnson

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          George Johnson, acclaimed science writer, reads selections from his latest book, "The Cancer Chronicles." George joins a list of amazing authors who have appeared at Wistar, including Rebecca Skloot ("The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"), Siddhartha Muhkerjee ("The Emperor of All Maladies"), and Sam Kean ("The Violinist's Thumb"). The Wistar Institute is the nation's first independent biomedical research center. It is renowned for its pioneering vaccine research and its NCI-designated Cancer Center. Learn more about us at Wistar.org

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          • Science Writers

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            At LGIBooks we're looking for Science Writers to be part of our team for producing books and websites about basic principles of life for human beings that is supported by credible scientific research or which are so self-evident as to need no scientific validation. If interested in finding out more, email tsh@lgibooks.com

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            • Bugs Appetit!

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              Have you ever eaten tempura tarantula? David George Gordon, bug chef extraordinaire, cooks one in this video. And dusts it with smoked paprika. David believes that bugs can be both nutritious and delicious. He has written 19 books about bugs, slugs, geoducks and other misunderstood critters, including the Eat-A-Bug Cookbook. And he plays a mean harmonica. Official selection, Seattle True Independent Film Festival.

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              • Steph Yin is Totally Awesome

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                • Nalaka Gunawardene

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                  On this program Sanjana Hattotuwa talks to Nalaka Gunawardene, Science writer & blogger (Date of first Broadcast May 10, 2011) The series that gives you insights on Peace and Politics; Business and Development; Society and the Environment; Culture and the Arts. Featuring diverse views and perspectives; informing people; contributing to the debate on important national issues – The Interview is produced by Young Asia Television.

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