War In Yemen Escalates After Ex-President Is Killed, Little-Known Facts From The World’s First Nuclear Reaction, And ‘Chicago' Magazine Honors River Blindness Researchers
On today’s show:
Yemeni-American Chicagoan Wafa Yafai discusses Ali Abdullah Saleh’s legacy and the prospect of peace after the Yemen leader’s death.
Historian William Lanouette shares interesting, little-known details about the first controlled nuclear chain reaction at the University of Chicago.
Tom von Geldern discusses why he and Howard Morton spent their free time seeking a cure for river blindness after they retired.