Learning Science

September 7, 2008
(was 08.19.2007)

Say the name "Robert Krulwich" and hard-core public radio listeners start smiling. These days Robert does a lot of science journalism, even though he admits he's no expert. He believes everyone's interested, even though they think it's too hard for them. In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge we'll tackle "learning science." How NOVA stays up to date, and Newton's laws set to a hip-hop beat.

  1. FMA Live! on Newton's Law in Schools

    FMA Live! is a multi-media theatrical presentation that tours schools using a hip hop beat to teach Newton's Three Laws of Motion.

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  2. Paula Apsell on NOVA

    Paula Apsell, Senior Executive Producer of the PBS series, Nova, talks with Steve Paulson about story choice and how to interview scientists.

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  3. Walter Isaacson on Albert Einstein

    Walter Isaacson tells Steve Paulson that Einstein had a rebellious nature and that he didn't impress his teachers.

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  4. Robert Krulwich on Making Science Accessible

    NPR's Robert Krulwich, co-host of RADIOLAB, says that the secret to good science reporting is to start at the beginning and go slowly so people can understand it.

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