Talking about the comet and science communication.
RIT professor Brian Koberlein joins us to talk about the comet. Did you see the comet? Some remarkable video and still images have arrived in the past few days, and it's rather amazing. Koberlein is also talking about science communication.
It's our monthly science roundtable. You know how dwarf galaxies don't exactly fit the commonly discussed model of how our universe is formed? Right, me neither. But it's become a big debate in the scientific community: dark matter, dwarf galaxies, and whether we're doing it wrong. That's just the start of a mind-bending hour, with these guests from the RIT College of Science:
The June version of our monthly Science Roundtable.
It's our monthly science roundtable. We take a look at the science of self-control and addiction with professors from the University of Rochester. On the roundtable today: Celeste Kidd and Benjamin Hadyen, assistant professors of brain and cognitive sciences; and Dr. Geoffrey Williams, professor of general medicine and associate professor of clinical/social psychology.