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This edition: Science & U!, #1

Episode Details

Original tape date: June 28, 2011.

First aired: June 28, 2011.

Science magazine show produced by CUNY TV.

This episode of “Science & U!” will take a look at the role of women and science, whether New York City will go under water when the next big hurricane hits, cutting edge technology and surgery for your pets, a floating urban barge for growing plants and vegetables hydroponically and whether Pluto gets to be a planet again!

Guest List

Dr. Jill Bargonetti Professor of Biology, Hunter College

Dr. Allyson Berent Director of Interventional Endoscopy Services, Animal Medical Center

Angelena Cannon Student

Dr. Nicholas Coch Professor of Earth & Environmental Science, Queens College, CUNY

Gary Conte Warning Coordination Meteorolgist, National Weather Service (NOAA)

Ernabel Demillo Host, Science & U!

Julie Des Jardin Professor of Modern American History, Gender & American Women, Baruch College, CUN

Dr. Anthony J. Fischetti Department Head of Diagnostic Imaging, Animal Medical Center

Michael Gilliam Host, Science & U!

Grant Greenberg Host , Science & U!

Melissa Guevara Intern, Science Barge

Gwen Hill Director of Education, Science Barge

Prof. Michio Kaku Theoretical Physics Professor, The City College/CUNY

Barry Mitchell Producer, CUNY TV

Allyson Paul Kofi’s Owner

Marlene Peralta Presentadora, Desde la Calle/Independent Sources

Dr. Arlie Petters Doctor, Duke University

Carol Anne Riddell Host , Science & U!

Alys Smith Mimi’s Owner

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson Director, Hayden Planetatium, The American Museum of Natural History

Bob Walters Director, Science Barge

Iris Weinshall Vice Chancellor for Facilities, Planning Construction and Management, CUNY

Dr. Chick Weisse Director of Interventional Radiology Services, Animal Medical Center

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