Toxins in Our Bodies; New Zealand Film Archive; the Armory Show at 100; Pioneering Cancer Research
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Industrial hygienist and chemist Monona Rossol discusses how wealthy we are affects which toxins are found in our bodies. Professor Scott Simmon talks about preserving films that were found in the New Zealand Film Archive. We’ll look at the Armory Show and how it’s shaped modern art for the last 100 years. And we’ll hear the remarkable story of how Esquire magazine brought together Stephanie Lee, who had been displaced by Hurricane Katrina and was later diagnosed with cancer, with Dr. Eric Shadt, a scientist working on pioneering cancer research.