Studying the composition of the Milky Way, why people find things disgusting, tracking the progression of Alzheimers in mouse brains, and a video about the making of the iconic Earth-from-space images.
New research suggests placebos may have the power to heal in certain applications, a microbiologist and a biosecurity expert debate publishing two studies, and a video about flies in zero G.
A parasitic fly may threaten honey bees, and a panel of experts discusses the science of the winter season.
Podcast 35 is the second of two parts covering surface anatomy - see www.instantanatomy.net for more details
American Astronomical Society meeting, Lawrence Krauss on modern cosmology, a strain of tuberculosis that thwarts all antibiotics, and a video about computing with bubbles.
Tattoos of the science obsessed, a surgeon takes readers behind the operating room doors, and Arianna Huffington discusses a new science section at The Huffington Post.
NCSE on teaching about climate, a psychologist discusses meditation and mindfullness, a look at recent meteorites from mars, and a video about speedy critters.
SciFri 012012 Hour 2: Synthetic Trachea Transplant, Renewable Energy, Navigating Large Ships, Science Diction: MoonJanuary 24, 2012 9:48 pm | Comments
The surgeon behind a recent synthetic windpipe transplant, a look at new projects in wind power and geothermal energy, the technology behind ship navigation, and the origins of the word moon.
Podcast 36 is on urinary control - see www.instantanatomy.net for more details
In today's podcast we talk to astrophysicist, technology evangelist, and futurist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.
In this podcast we talk to Valerie Rothermel-Nelson, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, Thermal Products, of Honeywell Sensing and Control about Ambient Environmental Sensing and the challenges to the design engineer.
Twin NASA probes ready to enter lunar orbit, how research is done on extreme terrain in Antarctica, and keeping your New Year resolutions.
Four journalists join Ira Flatow to discuss the top science stories of 2011.
The science adviser for the chemistry-themed tv series, an expedition to save a woodpecker, and the annual Christmas Bird Count.
A search for Earth-sized exoplanets, Harold Varmus, and bridge engineering.