Dr. Science

Guests: Dr. Science/ Host Ask Dr. Science on Public Radio International Iowa City, Iowa C. Claiborne Ray/ Assistant to the Science and Health Editor Science Q and A columnist New York Times; Author The New York Times Book of Science Questions and Answers, published by Anchor Books New York, New York Jim Trefil/ Clarence Robinson Professor of Physics George Mason University; Author, Are We Unique: A Scientist Explores the Unparalleled Intelligence of The Human Mind, published by John Wiley and Sons Fairfax, Virginia Memorial Day weekend is the traditional kick-off to summer, so what better way to kick off the holiday weekend than an hour with Dr. Science? Tune in to this hour of Science Friday for some far-out answers to your favorite science questions. And, if a real answer is what you're looking for, we've also got New York Times Science Q

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