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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Science is Sexy

  • Aired: 09/26/2013
  • 01:14:22
  • Rating: TV-G
Ira Flatow, Host, Science Friday, National Public Radio, explains why science is sexy. New studies show that people get their science education through entertainment, whether that's a trip to the museum or a “Big Bang Theory” marathon. Flatow explores ways science is popping up throughout pop culture, proving that despite what people think, science is, in fact, sexy.
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