AGU Presidential Forum - Ira Flatow, NPR Science

Portrait of Ira Flatow - NPR
Location:
Moscone North - Hall E

Ira Flatow is host of National Public Radio (NPR)’s “Talk of the Nation: Science Friday,” bringing radio and Internet listeners worldwide a lively, informative discussion on science, technology, health, space and the environment. Flatow is also founder and president of a nonprofit company dedicated to creating radio, TV and Internet projects that make science “user friendly.” Mixing his passion for science with a tendency toward being “a bit of a ham,” he describes his work as the challenge “to make science and technology a topic for discussion around the dinner table.”

  1. Rahmat Aziz says:

    Dear Sir,

    Retired, but teaching a class on Global Climate Change, so learning this subject is paramount for my existance now.

    I am 85 Retired from IBM. Teaching at Olli afileated with University Of Arizona.

    Thank you. Rahmat

  2. Rahmat Aziz says:

    Dear Sir,

    Retired, but teaching a class on Global Climate Change, so learning this subject is paramount for my existance now.

    I am 85 Retired from IBM. Teaching at Olli afileated with University Of Arizona.

    Thank you. Rahmat

  3. king says:

    go on…