The Value of Science: Improving The Quality of Life discusses the human body, the brain, and the biology behind living things. The scientists each presented a slideshow of their work before answering questions as a panel about their life, their work, and their accomplishments. Each answered questions about failures and successes in their careers, why they wanted to be a scientist, and what it takes to be a truly great scientist. The program was moderated by Rick Kittles of the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois. The Museum of Science & Industry was one of ScienceMakers' science centers partners in 2010. The featured scientists included: Joanne Berger-Sweeney, Professor of Neurbiology, Wellesley College, Edwin Cooper, Professor of Immunobiology, UCLA, Erich Jarvis, Professor of Neurobiology, Duke University and Luther Williams, Biologist, Tuskegee University.