This edition: July 2018Tweet
Original tape date: June 25, 2018.
First aired: July 4, 2018.
This month Science & U! enjoys some summer fun:
Ari Goldberg finds out why some of us like roller coasters and why some of us fear them.
Lynn Brunelle used to write for Bill Nye the Science Guy, now she’s writing for kids. Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson sits down with the author to talk about her book, “Turn This Book Into A Beehive.”
Andrew Falzon visits a world in which Dinosaurs are still roaming free, and it’s just across the Hudson River.
Donna Hanover revisits the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) for a basketball lesson.
Lisa Beth Kovetz finds out how liquid nitrogen is used in creating the most popular summer treat, ice cream.
For More Information:
Turn This Book Into A Beehive - www.workman.com/products/turn-this-book-into-a-beehive
Field Station: Dinosaurs - fieldstationdinosaurs.com
National Museum of Mathematics - www.momath.org
Lynn Brunelle Author, “Turn This Book Into A Beehive”
Mark D'Alessandro Director of Culinary Arts, Kingsborough Community College/CUNY
Bella Flores Museum Visitor
Francesco Garofalo Park Visitor
Joseph Garofalo Park Visitor
Selin Gonen Museum Visitor
Cindy Lawrence Executive Director, National Museum of Mathematics
Alvin Li Museum Visitor
Geva Patz Consultant, National Museum of Mathematics
Jason Schein Paleontologist, Bighorn Basin Paleontological Institute
Henry Wang Museum Visitor
Wei Zhang Postdoctoral Fellow of Psychology, Queens College/CUNY