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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Katharine Hayhoe: Climate Scientist

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Katharine Hayhoe is a Research Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas Tech University. In addition to doing cutting-edge research on climate change, Katharine is also a "climate change evangelist." She recently wrote a book about climate change targeted toward the evangelical Christian audience. Her co-author? Her husband, who is the pastor at their church.

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Janet Iwasa: Science Goes Hollywood

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Janet Iwasa: Science Goes Hollywood

Janet Iwasa studies animation in Hollywood.

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Janet Iwasa: Science Goes Hollywood

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Janet Iwasa: Biologists with Movies in Their Heads

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Janet Iwasa: Biologists with Movies in Their Heads

Janet Iwasa animates creates a beautiful way to communicate about the molecular world.

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Janet Iwasa: Biologists with Movies in Their Heads

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Danica McKellar: My First Kiss

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Danica McKellar: My First Kiss

Danica and Winnie both have thier first kiss on the set of "The Wonder Years".

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Danica McKellar: My First Kiss

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Danica McKellar: Math Doesn't Suck

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Danica McKellar: Math Doesn't Suck

Danica McKellar's first math book helps girls become BFFs with math.

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Danica McKellar: Math Doesn't Suck

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