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Ari Daniel

Ari Daniel appears in the following:

A War We Need

Monday, March 05, 2012

WNYC

Every day, every moment, an epic battle is raging across the globe. It's happening in the ocean. And the evidence is both highly visible and totally hidden, depending on your perspective. In this short, the tale of an arms race involving trillions of sea creatures--and why their struggle is vital to our survival.

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Dear Lice Guy: What's Bugging Me?

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Richard Pollack, a former public health entomologist at the Harvard School of Public Health, discovered in the 1990s that schools exaggerated their lice problem. Since then, he has accumulated thousands of letters from people who want to identify bugs they see — or sometimes imagine.

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Aquarium Poet

Friday, September 10, 2010

Jeffrey Yang spends a lot of time studying marine life. But he's not a biologist working on the beach. He's a poet who loves visiting his local aquarium. In his new book, An Aquarium, killer whales, eels, and fish become symbols of politics and mythology. Produced ...

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Birdman

Friday, December 04, 2009

Paul Bartlett was slogging through a PhD in animal behavior when he decided he would rather be painting. Bartlett finished his studies, left behind the zebra finches in his research lab, and now depicts razorbills, puffins, and other shore life in his native Scotland. Produced by

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The Soundtrack of Science

Friday, May 01, 2009

Biology professor Hazel Sive teaches at MIT. She thinks science could benefit from showing a little more emotion, so she started scoring her classroom presentations with Pink Floyd and The Who. Produced by Ari Daniel Shapiro.

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Sperm

Monday, December 01, 2008

We examine our beginnings, take a tour of the animal kingdom, and ponder a world where frozen sperm can last for all eternity.

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Fatherhood

Monday, December 01, 2008

In this segment, Ari Daniel introduces us to a young woman and her years-long search for the man whose donated sperm was used in her conception. Kathleen LaBounty has thought long and hard about what fatherhood means, about the psychology of genetic relationships, and about the complicated emotions tied up in ...

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