MSU Science Festival

April 1-6, 2014

Talking Science to Non-Scientists: Saddham Hussein's Secret Octopus and Other Stories

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Max attendees per slot: N/A
  • Type: Seminar/Demonstration
  • Description:
    Incorporating his unique insight and humor, Mr. Krulwich shares TV and radio stories, including "An Octopus with Saddam Hussein" and other stories involving crows, two squids on a blind date, and a bird that invents an anti-gravity device. Doors open at 6:30 PM. A reception will follow this event.
  • Presented by:
    Robert Krulwich is co-host of National Public Radio's "Radiolab," a show about curiosity, science, and philosophy. He is an NPR science correspondent, author of the NPR blog "Krulwich Wonders," and a regular on NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Mr. Krulwich is also an ABC special science correspondent and appears regularly on Nightline, ABC News Tonight, and Good Morning America.
  • Scientific Discipline: Science Education
  • Recommended Age Range: All ages (families)

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Talking Science to Non-Scientists: Saddham Hussein's Secret Octopus and Other Stories