We talk with one of the nation’s leading nutrition scientists . . . whose opinions about food and health might not be popular with the American Salt Institute . . . OR with the USDA. Dariush Mozaffarian is with the Harvard School of Public Health, in the department of epidemiology. Current projects include leadership of the Nutrition in Chronic Diseases Expert Group of the Gates Foundation. He’ll explain data that indicates processed lean turkey meat and processed lean ham are a greater risk factor for diabetes and heart disease than eating an equal size serving of fresh, fat, juicy steak. Mozaffarian talks with Shelley Schlender. (and for an extended version of the interview, click here)
And we talk with CU astronomer Jason Glenn. He’s one of the principal investigators on the Z-Spec telescope, operated out of Hawaii. Recently, Glenn’s team has discovered an enormous cloud of water hanging in space—12 billion light-years away. Astronomers have never before found water from that far back into the early universe. Glenn talks about the finding with Ted Burnham.
Also in this week’s show, we talk with Janos Perczel about a new design for an invisibility cloak. (and for an extended version of the interview, click here)
Co-hosts: Joel Parker and Ted Burnham
Engineer: Shelley Schlender
Executive Producer: Susan Moran
Producer: Shelley Schlender
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