Kathryn Bowers holds a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, and writes about health, biology and evolution. She teaches writing at UCLA, and began her career in journalism as a staff editor of the Atlantic Monthly. She also worked with James Fallows, the Washington Editor of the Atlantic, and for CNN-International in London. Kathryn later served as an assistant press attache at the United States Embassy in Moscow, where she received a State Department Meritorious Honor Award for her service.
In the first half, UCLA Medical Center cardiologist, Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, and science journalist Kathryn Bowers talked about "zoobiquity," the term the two coined to refer to a new species-spanning approach to health. In the latter half, ecological biologist and advocate for alcohol-based fuel, David Blume, shared updates about the corn/ethanol shortage and drought conditions. ... More »Host: George Noory