Monday Buzz producer and engineer Harry Gilbert recently spoke with Dewey-Hagborg about her work and the societal, bioethical, and policy concerns it brings up.
When Russian billionaire Yuri Milner announced the ten-year, $100 million Breakthrough Listen initiative, some referred to it as the largest and most comprehensive step towards discovering extraterrestrial intelligence in human history. The unprecedented level of funding will give scientists thousands of hours of use on two major radio telescopes, which were previously devoted to the […]
Not too long ago, a governmental health agency in the United Kingdom updated its childbirth guidelines for healthy women with low-risk pregnancies. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence concluded that these women are safer having their babies at home or under the care of a midwife than at a hospital. The crux of […]
On this episode of PNM, reporter Matthew Zmudka had two completely different segments: -A reflection on his experience taking an online course entitled “Changing Weather and Climate in the Great Lakes”, with an interview of course coordinator Margaret Mooney. -An interview with UW-Madison researcher Graham Erwin, discussing the process of DNA transcription, how that is […]
MADISON (WORT) — MabLab host Julia VanSusteren looks into the complexities of science communication with University of Wisconsin Professor Dominique Brossard.
It’s one of those weeks where there’s just so much going on in town that you would need to clone yourself to take it all in. Laura Heisler may be able to help us with that, as she joins the Monday Buzz with a preview of the Wisconsin Science Fest.