The Science and Entertainment Exchange, a National Academies program to facilitate connections between entertainment productions and scientists and engineers that could serve as advisers for those productions. On Wednesday, the Exchange is holding a webinar to discuss recent productions and how various films and television programs are trying to maximize entertainment value and the accuracy of scientific and technical information.
Moderated by Adam Ruben (another science comedian), the panel includes a science communication researcher, a science adviser (and rocket scientist) for television), and one of the people who helped create the Exchange. You need to register to watch the webinar, which is scheduled for Wednesday the 29th at noon Eastern (9 Pacific, 12 in the U.K.). You should be able to watch an archived version after the Wednesday broadcast. Please check the webinar page then for further information.