Mashable has learned that President Barack Obama is set to act as a guest presenter for five editions of the network's evening news program, Science Presents DNews, starting Monday night.
In the short segments, Obama will deliver updates on a wide range of timely topics, including innovations in public health, space, and technology.
His appearance in the news segments, which air every weeknight at 9 p.m. ET on the Science Channel, comes during a week that will see many science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) related-activities — including the 2016 White House Science Fair (taking place April 13) and the USA Science & Engineering Festival.
Damn I love this guy!
We often fail to notice that the President has a pretty fine record when it comes to promoting science.
Clearly the very last thing we need is for him to be replaced by some knuckle dragging, climate change denying, evolutionary science disbelieving, Republican neanderthal.
Update: President Obama at the 2016 White House Science Fair.