The Internet is not the only globally-uniting phenomenon. Viruses and bacteria can circle the globe as fast as we can, and the effects can be devastating. Discover what it takes for an animal disease to become a human pandemic. Also, was hurricane Sandy a man-made disaster? The future of severe storms and climate change.
Plus, the view of our science from abroad: why Brits have no trouble accepting the theory of evolution but Americans do. And what about a new annex for Silicon Valley – 12 miles out to sea?
- Jerry Meehl - Senior scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO
- Alok Jha - Science correspondent, The Guardian
- David Quammen - Science journalist and author, most recently of Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic
- Max Marty - Co-founder and CEO of Blueseed
- Gina Luciano - Vice President, Gallagher Construction Services