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Public Radio’s ‘Science Friday’

May 4 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

National Public Radio’s “Science Friday,” hosted by Ira Flatow, will be broadcasting from Iowa State University on Saturday, May 4, and will feature ISU researchers.

The first topic will be climate change. As climate change continues to have a larger effect on how agriculture works, how are the experts on the ground preparing for the future? Iowa State University faculty experts Dr. Arti Singh and Dr. Patrick Schnable will join other presenters to share how they see the future of agriculture, from using AI and robots to give farmers a better understanding of their crops in real-time and develop drought-resistance, to using environmentally sustainable farming techniques, like regenerative agriculture.

The live event at Stephens Auditorium begins at 6pm; doors open at 5pm


May 4
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Scheman Building
Ames, IA United States
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Iowa State University