Jay Ingram is the former co-host of CBC One’s Quirks and Quarks, as well as the Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet. He is also the author of over a dozen science books, including most recently, “The Science of Why”, as well as co-founder of the interactive science event, Beakerhead. Science in the City sat down with Jay to discuss Beakerhead, its upcoming Squamish science communication course spin-off, and the state of science communication today.


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