Host: Marc Pelletier Changing an Amish farm in Ohio into an energy source solution for modern times. Guests: John Griswold , Matthew J. Griswold, CFA and Mark A. Griswold, Ph.D. We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes. Comments and suggestions on Futures in...
Virus hypnotizes caterpillars before turning them to goo, an ancient hominid threatens to shake up the family tree, and a contest challenges students to move an asteroid.
Studying whether viruses can combat cancer, engineering our highway system, update on the International Space Station.
Changes in the gut alter brain chemistry and behavior in mice, star chemistry challenges formation theories, DNA detective work and the Black Death.
Update on the Higgs boson hunt, industrial tomato farming, NOAA satellites and forecast ability, and the origins of the word chemistry.
A Pulitzer Prize winning science writer gives her account of the days after 9/11, a geologist explains why this weeks East Coast earthquake was felt by so may people, and the video pick: water striders.
A look at plans for Google to acquire the Motorola mobile division, freee speech issues with cell phones and mobile communications, and plans for a private trip to the International Space Station.
Host: Marc Pelletier Dr. Vijay Pande, Stanford's Director of Folding@Home, details how the World's most powerful system models Alzheimers and other human diseases. Guest: Dr. Vijay Pande We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes. Comments and suggestions on Futures in...
Two fourth grade students discuss their award-winning projects, a look at the naturalist behind a classic childrens book, and a voyage to a floating toilet.
SciFri 081211 Hour 2: First Robotics Competition, Man of Numbers, Computer Generated Sounds, Flywheel BikeAugust 14, 2011 9:54 pm | Comments
Dean Kamen and will.i.am team up to get kids interested in science, the origin of arithmetic, the futuer of sound effects, and how to give your bike a boost.
A flexible circuit adheres to skin like a temporary tattoo and monitors vital signs and the future of farming in a hotter, drier world.
In today's podcast we talk to Alex Zilberman, Market Development Manager of Intel on their efforts in the area of medical electronics.
SciFri 080511 Hour 2: Enviro Spending Bills, 2 Moon Theory, Possible Liquid Mars Water, Baseball Injury StatsAugust 7, 2011 9:56 pm | Comments
Following Congress and the environment, a theory involving lunar collisions, suggestive streaks on Martian cliffs, and mining the disabled list for insights into baseball injuries.
Study into the lifestyles of the very aged, a look at cases of fraud that have led to retractions of scientific studies, and camouflaged cephalopods.
A spaceapalooza in this hour.