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He anchors the show each Friday, bringing radio and Internet listeners worldwide a lively, informative discussion on science, technology, health, space, and the environment.
He has shared that enthusiasm with public radio listeners for more than 35 years. On television, Flatow has discussed the latest cutting edge science stories on a variety of programs.
He wrote, produced, and hosted Transistorized! Public speaking and moderating discussions are a regular part of his schedule. His hobbies include tennis, golf, gardening especially orchidsand electronic gadgets.
He loves the theater.
A native of New York, Flatow now lives in Connecticut. Intense rainfall and flooding killed hundreds and displaced more around the world this week. Why climate change means we can expect even more. The promise of blockchain, a decentralized database technology, has drawn attention for years. But what can it really do? Scientists from the agency say their assessments were altered to downplay the health risks of chemicals. Sweat gives us so much more than a smell, thanks to the cool chemistry of this vital bodily fluid.
Supernova expert Sarafina Nance explains a new theory for why red giant star Betelgeuse abruptly went dark in Can new battery tech solve these problems? Conservation biologist Gabi Fleury wants to understand the lives of endangered predators—in order to save their lives. Science Friday. Latest Episode.
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