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Conversations in Science with Jennifer Doudna In the last few years, the term CRISPR has exploded on the global scene, and with it UC Berkeley professor Jennifer Doudna, one of the pioneers in the field, has emerged into the spotlight.
Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and Chris Field There are many challenges when it comes to addressing the destructive effects of climate change, and few people are better suited to discuss these challenges than Chris Field. In this interview, Dr. Field explains what we know about climate change, what the stakes are, and what can be done about it.
Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and George Shultz Secretary Shultz has been addressing global crises inside and outside of government for decades. He now has his attention firmly focused on concerns over climate change and renewable energy. In a candid conversation, he explains to Dan Rather why this has become his cause.
Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and Paul Nurse Paul Nurse and Dan Rather have both spent their lives looking at the world and how it works. Now the esteemed journalist and the Nobel Prize winning geneticist come together for a conversation on the state of science and its role in society.