In this episode, reporter Matthew Zmudka interviews science educator Kenji Yoshino, who gained fame in 2013 for creating a simple design to turn an iPhone into a high-powered microscope. The two discuss tinkering, science education, and the maker community. After listening, check out his microscope conversion over on Instructables.
(WORT) — Arts-related items are scattered about in different sections of the budget, so it took some scouring and double-checking. Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon walks us through it with Dylan Brogan.
(WORT) — Watchdog Mike McCabe provides this commentary on why our democracy is more of a verb, than a noun.
(WORT) — Host André Darlington explores Farm-to-Za with Patrick DePula from Salvatore’s Tomato Pies.
Looking for a new hot-drink to keep you cozy this winter? Sara’s Table shares with us a mulled wine recipe inspired from the November wine festival in France that is usually celebrated tomorrow, the third Thursday of November—the celebration of the new Beaujolais. Vin Chaud (Mulled Wine) Ingredients: 1 (750 ml) bottle red wine 1 orange or lemon […]
(WORT) — In this episode of the Madison History Podcast, Stu Levitan remembers one of the University of Wisconsin’s most respected leaders, Charles Van Hise.