Sir Robert May|
President of the Royal Society , Professor in the Department of Zoology at
Oxford University, Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government and Head
the UK Office of Science and Technology. His current scientific interests
include immunology,new ideas in nonlinear forecasting, and theoretical and
empirical studies of epidemiology. Dr. May will discuss policy matters and
| P. Roy Vagelos|
Scientist, physician and former Chairman and CEO of Merck discusses his
experiences in science, the pharmaceutical industry, and philanthropy.
| P.J.E. Peebles (rerun from archives)|
Princeton University's Albert Einstein Professor of Science Emeritus,
cosmologist, and expert in cosmic background radiation.
Just how dangerous are most environmantal risks? University of
California,Berkeley Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and
oft-times critic of the EPA Dr. Ames airs his opinions. Dr. Ames' main
of research interest is in identifying the important mutagens damaging
DNA, the defenses protecting us from them, and the consequences of DNA
damage for cancer and aging. He is also the inventor of the Ames Test.