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Hometown: Chicago

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July 11, 2014


What is one science site you have never visited but would like to?


What is the most important problem today's science should solve?

Too many to count, but I think an important problem is funding. Many good projects die because there is not enough dinero to sustain it. My second major concern (especially in the US) is lack of interest. The sciences are not pimped out like shows about duck hunters, honey booo boos, and pregger teens. The kids these days are lured into the glamour and glitz of reality "stars" feeling that they can easily obtain that fame.

Who are your scientific heroes or role models?

Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Lynn Margulis.

What turns you on about science?

Trying to keep it PG so um...entropy?

What are your favorite resources for keeping abreast of general science?



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