About SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY, launched in June 2003, was one of the first-ever Internet radio programs, and one of the first-ever to introduce downloadable podcasts as a value-added service, way back in July 2005.

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY focuses on
• Environmental conservation and sustainable energy policy
• Medical breakthroughs, including cancer research, genetics and genomics, and bioengineering
• Nanotechnology
• Space exploration
• Robotics and computer science
• K-12 science education

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY has presented interviews with more than 600 world leaders in science, industry, and education, including Nobel Laureates, best-selling authors, visionary executives, and Federal and State public policy makers.

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY provides extraordinary resources for a wide variety of projects for middle school, high school, and college students. SCIENCE AND SOCIETY materials may be used for new research, curriculum development, and course design, and to promote the growth and development of the next generation of scientists, mathematicians, and public policy experts.

Dr. David Lemberg, Executive Producer and Host of SCIENCE AND SOCIETY, delivered his keynote address, “Science Fiction Becoming Science Fact”, at The Molecular Convergence Conference, Tulsa, OK, 9-21-07. The Power Point is available here.

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{ 1 comment }

Paul Roth December 3, 2009 at 11:38 am

I thoroughly enjoy your podcasts. Just finished listening to “Managing the diabetes epidemic…” What an eye-opening converstion with Dr. Kaufman. This is going to affect my lifestyle. Thanks.

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