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Nanotechnology, Preventing an Influenza Pandemic, and Unraveling the Genome featured on “Science and Society”, Wednesday, 2/16/05

Science and Society - Next Show

Dr. David Lemberg
Host - Science and Society

San Diego, CA | February 11, 2005

Dr. David Lemberg, Executive Producer of "Science and Society" - - announces the show schedule for Wednesday, 2/16/05, 4PM to 5PM EST.

  • Dr. Mark Ratner, co-author of "Nanotechnology and Homeland Security" and recipient of the 2001 Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology
  • Dr. Daniel Perez, expert on influenza pandemics and Assistant Professor of Virology, University of Maryland
  • Dr. John Mattick, author of "The Hidden Genetic Program of Complex Organisms" (October 2004 "Scientific American")

Dr. Ratner will discuss new energy sources, the hydrogen economy, smart materials, and modeling biological systems.

Dr. Perez will address avian influenza, the potential of transmission to humans, and strategies for avoiding an influenza pandemic.

Dr. Mattick will discuss "the hidden genetic program of complex organisms", challenging the "central dogma" of classical genetics, and applications to prevention and treatment of disease.

"This will be a remarkable program", Lemberg says. "The 2/16/05 edition of "Science and Society" will cover groundbreaking investigations in human health and welfare, the environment, and industry."

"Science and Society" - Internet talk radio - is broadly focused on the life sciences, physical sciences, and planetary and space sciences, as well as K-12 science education and the intersection between science and art. "Science and Society" broadcasts every Wednesday, 4PM to 5PM EST - All shows are archived and available online.

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