Astrophysicist Adam Frank is a leading expert on the final stages of evolution for stars like the sun, and his computational research group at the University of Rochester has developed advanced supercomputer tools for studying how stars form and how they die. A self-described "evangelist of science," he is also committed to showing others the beauty and power of science, and exploring the proper context of science in culture.
He is the co-founder of National Public Radio’s 13.7: Cosmos and Culture blog as well as a regular on-air commentator for All Things Considered. He also contributes occasionally to The New York Times.
Dr. Eric Davis discussed on his work analyzing UFO data. Adam Frank delved into the dynamics of Earth and other planets. More »
Astronomer Adam Frank discussed his research into finding habitable planets (related article). Open Lines followed in the latter half. More »