This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about how things start.
First, we'll be joined by a physical scientist who's uncovered a secret about how water begins to freeze.
Then, we'll chat with a health scientist who will tell us about how to start a revolution in healthy behaviors.
Joining us in studio is Valeria Molinero, a professor of theoretical chemistry at the University of Utah. Her team's recent study in the Journal of the American Chemical Society explains how tiny proteins control the initial formation of ice at various temperatures that are almost never exactly 32 degrees.
Also joining us, from Calgary, Alberta, where she is an epidemiologist whose work focuses on the role of energy balance in cancer prevention, is Lin Yang. Her team's recent work shows that despite health warnings, Americans still spend way too much time sitting.