Q&As

Brilliant Blunders: A Q&A with Mario Livio

Brilliant Blunders: A Q&A with Mario Livio

Q&As

Even geniuses make mistakes. That’s the reassuring message of the engrossing new book Brilliant Blunders: From Darwin to Einstein—Colossal Mistakes by Great Scientists That Changed Our Understanding of Life and the Universe, by theoretical astrophysicist and noted writer Mario Livio. Livio will give a Frontiers Lecture on Monday, June 10, at the Museum on the topic of brilliant blunders by such towering scientific figures as Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein, and more.

Tags: Evolution, Astrophysics, Q&A

Sake Secrets: A Q&A with Timothy Sullivan

Sake Secrets: A Q&A with Timothy Sullivan

Q&As

This Thursday, May 16, in an American Museum of Natural History Adventure in the Global Kitchen program, Timothy Sullivan, of urbansake.com, will share behind-the-scenes details about how sake, sometimes called the “drink of the gods,” is brewed each winter in the Niigata Prefecture of Japan.

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