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Scientific American Magazine

  • This week on Cool Science Radio hosts John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek's guests include:Leading business journalist (0:59) Mark Bergen. He writes exclusively about Google for Bloomberg, Businessweek and others. He discusses his new book Like, Comment, Subscribe: Inside YouTube’s Chaotic Rise to World Domination.Then, senior editor of space and physics at Scientific American magazine, (23:12) Lee Billings will discuss what the James Webb space telescope can tell us about Jupiter, Mars, and Earth itself - Now that photos are regularly coming back from the telescope that sits a million miles away from Earth.
  • In this episode of Cool Science Radio John and Lynn are joined by senior editor of space and physics at Scientific American magazine, Lee Billings. They discuss what the James Webb space telescope photos can tell us about Jupiter, Mars, and Earth itself - Now that photos are regularly coming back from the telescope that sits a million miles away from Earth.Billings writes about the intersections of science, technology, and culture for Nature, Nautilus, New Scientist, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, and many other publications. His first book, Five Billion Years of Solitude, chronicles the scientific quest to discover other Earth-like planets elsewhere in the universe.
  • Senior Editor at Scientific American Magazine, Tanya Lewis, discusses how an advisory committee voted unanimously to recommend authorizing the Moderna and Pfizer shots for the youngest children. What does this mean for summer, the upcoming school year, and how do parents, in general, make their decisions surrounding the vaccine?
  • On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and John Well's guests include:(01:02) National Geographic explorer, TED talker, and award-winning documentarian Lucy Cooke who explores a fierce, funny, and revolutionary look at the queens of the animal kingdom in her new book: Bitch: On The Female of The Species. Then, (25:39) Senior Editor at Scientific American Magazine, Tanya Lewis, who will discuss how an advisory committee voted unanimously to recommend authorizing the Moderna and Pfizer shots for the youngest children. What does this mean for summer, the upcoming school year, and how parents, in general, make their decisions surrounding the vaccine.
  • On Cool Science Radio, Senior Editor at Scientific American magazine, Tanya Lewis, joins the show. Lewis recently wrote an article on how the pandemic has…
  • On this episode of Cool Science Radio:Lynn and John talk with Josh Fischman, senior editor at Scientific American magazine.As we continue to live through…
  • On this episode of Cool Science Radio Associate Editor of Health and Medicine at Scientific American Magazine Tanya Lewis talks COVID-19. She talks about…