Alie Ward

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  • Emmy Award-Winning Host, "The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca,”
  • Host, CW's "Did I Mention Invention?," "Ologies" Podcast, and Netflix's "100 Humans"
  • Co-Founder Nerd Brigade, a Science Communication Collective


Alie Ward is a Daytime Emmy Award-winning science correspondent for CBS’s The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca, and host of Did I Mention Invention? on the CW.

She also appears on Netflix’s science series Brainchild and Science Channel’s How to Build Everything. Previously, she was the co-host of the GE's series In the Wild with co-host Adam Savage of Mythbusters and a contributor on Cooking Channel's ongoing show Unique Sweets.

Alie studied both science & film in college and was a staff writer/editor for the Los Angeles Times and on-air contributor to KTLA. She volunteers at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and is a co-founder of the science communication collective Nerd Brigade

She is also a culinary host, appearing on Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction. Previously, she created, co-wrote and co-hosted the Cooking Channel series Tripping Out with Alie and Georgia and over 50 videos for Cooking Channel.

She hosts Ologies, a comedic science podcast. 

 

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Alie Ward is a Daytime Emmy Award-winning science correspondent for CBS’s The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca, and host of Did I Mention Invention? on the CW.

She also appears on Netflix’s science series Brainchild and Science Channel’s How to Build Everything. Previously, she was the co-host of the GE's series In the Wild with co-host Adam Savage of Mythbusters and a contributor on Cooking Channel's ongoing show Unique Sweets.

Alie studied both science & film in college and was a staff writer/editor for the Los Angeles Times and on-air contributor to KTLA. She volunteers at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and is a co-founder of the science communication collective Nerd Brigade

She is also a culinary host, appearing on Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction. Previously, she created, co-wrote and co-hosted the Cooking Channel series Tripping Out with Alie and Georgia and over 50 videos for Cooking Channel.

She hosts Ologies, a comedic science podcast.