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  1. abdul (chemistry experiments
    Feb 28 - 12:20 pm


  2. Jennie Mauer
    Feb 28 - 11:01 pm

    When are submissions due?

  3. Raja Annamalai
    Feb 28 - 11:05 pm

    A great friend of mine and chemistry professor at University of Wisconsin Platteville. He’s very entertaining and relates well to his students. He once did a portion of a mock interview with a group of friends and taught us all about states of matter. I think he’d be an excellent host.

  4. Dave Curtis
    Feb 28 - 11:09 pm

    The previous comment is mine. I thought this was a chance to nominate someone for the show. My apologies.

  5. Bethany Halford
    Feb 29 - 10:04 am

    Jennie – I don’t think there’s a hard and fast deadline, but Lyons tells me they’d like to make their decision within the next month or so.

    Dave – You should tell your friend to apply.

  6. Brandi
    Mar 01 - 3:48 pm

    What a great opportunity! My Husband would be great for this! Hope you feel the same :-)

  7. Jaleh Benshian
    Mar 01 - 5:41 pm

    I have Masters in Chemistry and 8 years of experience in broad casting on TV and Radio. I have a Radio show every night and millions of listeners all around the world. I always wondered how I could combine these two totally different field (chemistry and broad casting) together. Now it I see nothing is impossible. I am also an anchor woman on the news section of a TV station along with teaching chemistry as a side job.

  8. Bill
    Mar 01 - 5:46 pm

    Hey, Sam Kean might be a good pick. He is the author of “The Disappearing Spoon and other true tales of madness, love, and the history of the world from the periodic table of the elements”

  9. Robert Wayne, Jr
    Mar 01 - 9:22 pm

    I would like to wholeheartedly second the above suggestion. Wonderful book– wonderful man.

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  11. Andres
    Mar 13 - 10:05 am

    Prof Andrea Sella from University College London is definitely the best there is regarding Science and especially Chemistry communication. He has vast amounts of experience both in radio and TV for the BBC and constantly delivers science and chemistry lectures to the general public. VOTE FOR HIM NOW!!! Believe when I say you won’t regret it.

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