Tomorrow on Science Friday: Arsenic Life and the Sausage-Factory of Science

I’m going to be a guest during the second hour of Science Friday on National Public Radio tomorrow. Host Ira Flatow and I will be discussing the latest twist in the ever-intriguing arsenic life saga, and, more broadly, the rough-and-tumble way in which science corrects itself. If you miss the live show, you can listen to it here.

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