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Atrazine and Frogs/ Forensic Scientist Henry Lee

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Atrazine and Frogs/ Forensic Scientist Henry Lee

Atrazine and Frogs/ Forensic Scientist Henry Lee

Atrazine and Frogs/ Forensic Scientist Henry Lee

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Guests:

Tyrone Hayes
* Developmental Endocrinologist
* Laboratory for Integrative Studies in Amphibian Biology
* Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
* Associate Professor, Integrative Biology
* Department of Integrative Biology
* University of California, Berkeley
* Berkeley, California

Henry Lee
* Chief Emeritus, Scientific Services and Former Commissioner of Public Safety, State of Connecticut
* Chief Criminalist, State of Connecticut 1979-2000
* Author with Thomas O'Neil, Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving Crimes (Prometheus Books, 2002)
* Meriden, Connecticut

Forensic scientist Henry Lee has worked on over 6,000 cases around the world, including the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Join us in this hour for a talk with Henry Lee about the science of solving crimes. Plus, a new study suggests that the common weed killer atrazine could be harming frogs. Does it help explain the decline in frog populations?