On this week’s episode of the Perpetual Notion Machine, newbie reporter Lincoln Tice talks with the Singing Zoologist. He’s better known as Lucas Miller, who travels the country bringing his energetic message of ecology to schoolchildren through the power of music and fun. For over 20 years, Lucas has written and performed his science songs […]
Volunteer Lincoln Tice speaks with Akire Trestrail and Dr. Bruce Thomadsen, researchers in the Medical Physics Dept. at the UW-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health, about their research on “directional brachytherapy” radiation therapy.
On Sunday, June 25, WORT will be holding its annual meeting. The meeting will beheld at the Art In Gallery at 1444 East Washington Avenue in Madison from 3-7 pm. Parking and the entrance are at the rear of the building. On the agenda: voting for eight new members of the station’s Board of Directors […]
The Perpetual Notion Machine has done a fair share of episodes dealing with climate change. And tonight’s show is no exception, considering that the U.S. opted out of the Paris Climate Agreement. So, PNM’s Lincoln Tice talks with UW-Madison’s Jonathan Martin, a professor and chair of atmospheric and oceanic sciences. His research specialty is mid-latitude […]
Julie Rehmeyer is a contributing editor at Discover magazine, and as a freelance journalist, has written for the New York Times, Science News, and Wired, among many others. She’s also the author of her memoir Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, about her battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. […]
Madison’s lakes and beaches were closed recently due to a massive algal bloom present in the waters. The algae is toxic to many species, including humans, fish and other aquatic species. Lincoln Tice follows up our investigation into Madison’s lakes with a UW-Madison limnology professor, Jake Vander Zanden, to discuss the biological factors that are […]