What is Uranus made of? Why is Uranus tilted? Can the Radio Astronomers keep a straight face while reporting on Uranus? Listen to find out!
Saturn is up tonight on Radio Astronomy! Listen now!
June 20th’s summer solstice show is produced and hosted by Kaitlin. It’s about ‘Lab Lit,’ or science in novels. This was inspired by a December 2012 New York Times article by Katherine Bouton, which can be found here: www.nytimes.com/2012/12/04/science/in-lab-lit-fiction-meets-science-of-the-real-world.html And this website: http://www.lablit.com/ The show and the above article focus on Barbara Kingsolver’s recent book, […]
This week’s show occurred during the “Can’t Live Without My WORT” summer pledge drive, so in this broadcast Dennis Shaffer and Jim Carrier drum up support for the station. In between, reporter Matthew Zmudka presents three vignettes on science names – fun in fruit fly genetics, using chemical nomenclature to scare consumers, and the actual […]
Planet features continue with Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System!
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