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Today on the Daily Beat, Thursday, March 16, 2017: In part two of our conversation, Jennifer Hochschild discusses the longstanding politicization of science, bipartisan approval of genomics, and whether or not the field will develop similar polarization.
Jennifer Hochschild is the H.L. Jayne Professor of Government at Harvard University, as well as a professor of African and African American Studies. She’s authored a number of books, and studies and teaches about the intersection of American politics and political philosophy, as well as educational and social welfare policies. You can read more about Jennifer and her work here.
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