Biotech News What's happening in the world of biotech? Journalist Luke Timmerman from Xconomy tells us about the region’s big stories.
What’s In The Fridge? “The Chef in the Hat” Thierry Rautureau joins us to make new recipes from the leftovers in your fridge. Have a look inside and tell us what ingredients you have. We'll help you make a delicious dinner without a trip to the store. Call us at 800.289.5869 or email Weekday.
Weekend Weather Forecast State climatologist Nick Bond gives us a weather forecast for the weekend.
Ask State Attorney General Bob Ferguson A federal judge has ordered Washington state to fix hundreds of culverts allow water to flow underneath roads. Many Washington Indian Tribes claim the culverts block salmon passages. Why is state attorney general Bob Ferguson appealing that ruling? Also, what’s the possibility the state might sue over leaking tanks at Hanford? And what’s happening with the process to legalize marijuana? Ferguson joins us this hour to take your questions. Send yours now to Weekday.
Science News Xconomy’s Luke Timmerman brings us the latest news in biotechnology.
Weekend Weather State climatologist Nick Bond joins us with a weekend weather forecast.
New News In Biotechnology The American Society of Clinical Oncology conference is convening in two weeks. At the conference physicians and drug makers will be discussing the emergence of cancer immunotherapy. Also, local diagnostic companies have been cultivating a rich understanding of the human genome. Their discoveries are leading to new diagnostic tests and treatments. Luke Timmerman, national biotech editor for Xconomy brings us the latest news in biotechnology.
A Conversation With Paul Reiser Paul Reiser is an actor, writer and stand-up comedian. Television fans fondly remember him for the NBC series Mad About You which he co-created and starred in. He’s also author of three books, most recently "Familyhood," about his life as a married father of two boys.
Weekend Weather Forecast Nick Bond joins us with a look at the weekend weather.