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Science - Live!

  • Wednesday, March 08, 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM (PST)
  • livestream


Dr. Scott Sampson: Scott Sampson is a dinosaur paleontologist, science communicator, and passionate advocate for connecting people with nature. He currently serves as president and CEO of Science World British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., where much of his work focuses on rethinking 21st Century cities as places where people and nature thrive. Nevertheless, he’s perhaps best known as “Dr. Scott,” host and science advisor of the Emmy-nominated PBS KIDS series Dinosaur Train, produced by the Jim Henson Company. Dinosaur Train is currently viewed daily by millions of children and parents in more than 100 countries. Sampson also served as the on-air host and science advisor for the four-part Discovery Channel series Dinosaur Planet (2003). He has given hundreds of media interviews for radio (e.g., NPR), newspapers (e.g., New York Times), multimedia newswire services (e.g., Reuters), television (e.g., The Today Show, Good Morning America), and periodicals (e.g., Time Magazine, National Geographic).

Eddie Goldstein: Recognized as one of the most talented and entertaining science presenters in the world; combining a background as a professional magician, dinner theater performer, and museum science educator.

With a degree from Columbia University and a position writing and performing science shows at the Smithsonian Institution under his belt, he went on to launch the highly acclaimed Science Performing Program at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science where he was a senior educator for 23 years.  He also hosts the Association of Science-Technology Centers’ annual Live Demonstration Hour, which features the best science performers in the world.

Brian Anderson : Brian has been a science presenter since 1991.  He currently curates the Eureka! gallery and all live performance stages at Science World in Vancouver. He has been a mainstage performer with Vancouver Theatresports for over 25 years, produced several critically acclaimed live shows as “Arnie the Carnie” and was the host of “The Life Game” on CBC Radio One.

No registration Required - Use this Link to connect LIVE on March 8, 2017 1pm PT : https://livestream.com/scienceworldbc/casc



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