"The Downside Of Being The Boss"
John Rennie finds it's great to be editor in chief of Scientific American, but not when all the ingredients of sarin gas are in his office.
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I Faxed Carl Sagan (explicit)
David Morgan reaches out to his childhood hero, and connects with an unexpected medium.
“If you're explaining physics to a group of young people, you gain some additional cred if you do it in an ill-fitting corduroy blazer.”
Professor of physics
David Morgan holds a PhD in theoretical high-energy physics from The College of William and Mary. His currently the director of Innovation Lab @ross at the Ross School - a science and technology academy for high school students. He has been interviewed for several science stories on National Public Radio, and in 2005 he received a commission from the Ensemble Studio Theatre and the Sloan Foundation to write a play called "The Osiander Preface". He still can't believe he got away with that one.
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