Linus Pauling Legacy

In this hour we'll profile the life and work of two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling. How did his scientific contributions change the way we understand the world and everything in it? Topping the hour will be an update of this week's astronomy news from the American Astronomical Society meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Guests: Andrew Fraknoi Chairman of the Astronomy Department Foothill College Los Altos, CA Thomas Hager Author The Force of Nature: The Life of Linus Pauling Director of Communications University of Oregon Eugene, OR Alexander Rich Sedgewick Professor of Biophysics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA Listeners call in

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