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Bill Nye

Science Educator, Comedian, TV Host, Mechanical Engineer, Scientist
Bill Nye's keynotes reflect a profound understanding of science that he has been able to translate to the masses. His Disney/PBS show 'Bill Nye the Science Guy' ran from 1993 until 1998 and put Nye on the map.

Receiving his Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University in 1977, Nye has also been the recipient of an honorary PhD from John Hopkins University in 2008 and a PhD in Science from Willamette University.

Following university, Nye worked at Boeing in Seattle and was instrumental in the development of the hydraulic pressure resonance suppressor that, to this day, is still utilized by the widely known Boeing 747. Nye's ability to merge comedy and scientific education is a skill that is rarely seen elsewhere and a distinguishing feature of Nye's career.

Nye continues to appear on many science programs and educational features and often speaks on the issues and science surrounding global warming and climate change. Bill Nye's keynotes speak to the importance of science in the world, but are conveyed using layman's terms and are easy to understand and enjoy.

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Discovering Planetary Life
Discovering Planetary Life
Bill Nye's Space Exploration Talk Discusses Possible Life on Europa
In his space exploration talk, Bill Nye discusses the possibility of discovering life on Europa. A moon of Jupiter, Europa was formerly considered to be an ill-advised, expensive mission that would... MORE
Teaching Creationism
Teaching Creationism
Bill Nye's Creationism in Education Speech Discourages Religion in Schools
Bill Nye discusses why religion doesn’t belong in schools in this creationism in education speech. Nye talks about meeting people who don’t believe in evolution and why that baffles him.... MORE
The Future of Education
The Future of Education
Bill Nye's Future Education Keynote Predicts the State of Classrooms
This future education keynote by Bill Nye has very reasonable predictions for the classrooms of the future. Instead of bringing up far out ideas which include robot servants, Bill Nye predicts... MORE
Forecasting Future Cities
Forecasting Future Cities
Bill Nye's Future Predictions Keynote Discusses Some Interesting Ideas
This future predictions keynote by Bill Nye makes some pretty reasonable predictions for upcoming city life. Most of his predictions circle around innovation in bicycling. For instance, he believes... MORE
Constant Paths of Curiousity
Constant Paths of Curiousity
Bill Nye Discusses Moving Forward in this Exploration Keynote
The popular American science educator Bill Nye the Science Guy discusses importance of having an insatiable curiosity in this exploration keynote. According to Nye, the prevention of exploration... MORE
Teaching Science as Comedy
Teaching Science as Comedy
Bill Nye Discusses the Humor in Educating and Learning
Bill Nye earned his bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Cornell University. He was also awarded an honorary doctorate from both The Johns Hopkins University and Willamette University.... MORE