Robert Krulwich is co-host of Radiolab, WNYC Radio’s Peabody Award-winning program about ‘big ideas’, now one of public radio’s most popular shows. It is carried on more than 500 radio stations and its podcasts are downloaded over 5 million times each month. He is also the author of the “Curiously Krulwich” blog, featured on National Geographic, where he illustrates hard-to-fathom concepts in science using drawings, cartoons, videos, and more. For over two decades Krulwich reported for CBS and ABC News, explaining complex subjects in a clear, compelling and entertaining way. He also hosted a season of the PBS program NOVA ScienceNOW. Among his honors are two Emmy, two Peabody, and a George Polk AAAS Science Journalism Award for the PBS special, Cracking the Code of Life. Krulwich earned a BA in history from Oberlin College and a law degree from Columbia University.