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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2012

Alan Alda's talk is presented by the Center for Communicating Science with underwriting by the Kavli Foundation. Visit http://www.centerforcommunicatingscie... and http://www.kavlifoundation.org.

In an engaging, personal talk, Alan Alda draws on his wide-ranging experiences as an actor, writer, and longtime advocate for science. As host of PBS' Scientific American Frontiers, he interviewed 700 scientists around the world. Now, as a founding member of the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, he is helping scientists connect more directly with people outside their field -- from public officials, funders and the media, to potential collaborators in other disciplines, to friends, family and neighbors.

Read more details on Alan Alda and the Center for Communicating Science's visit to SLAC in Symmetry magazine:

Visit the Center for Communicating Science's home page for more information on their courses, conferences and contests: http://www.centerforcommunicatingscie...

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