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The Poisoner's Guide to Life
Deborah Blum examines the history of poisons and the origins of chemical detection.
Special | 1h 18m 44s
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Teaching Math & Science to Early Learners
Rosemarie Truglio, Rachel Connolly, Anita Wager, Edward Hubbard and Michael Harryman.
Special | 1h 24m 16s
Science is Sexy
Ira Flatow explores the theory that science is, in fact, sexy.
Special | 1h 14m 22s
Do GMOs have a Role in Sustainability?
Farm and industry experts explore ways to produce food for the growing population.
Special | 1h 30m 33s
The Science of Supper Clubs
Terese Allen, Ron Faiola and Robin Shepard explore the allure of supper clubs.
Special | 1h 19m 49s
Explorations from Music and Neuroscience
Explore the benefits of living in the moment and discover how jazz affects the body.
Special | 1h 31m 54s
The Science of Sports
Cassandra Vanderwall, Shilagh Mirgain and Jen Sanfilippo discuss training for sports.
Special | 54m 18s
Climate Change: the Evidence and the Conclusion
2014 Wisconsin Science Festival discussion of the human impact on climate.
Special | 1h 25m 48s
The Science and Art of Recovery
Ben Sidran and Richard Davidson combine neuroscience and Jazz to liberate the mind.
Special | 1h 15m 42s
The Man Who Wasn't There
Anil Ananthaswamy delves into traditional philosophies to define what is “self.”
Special | 40m 56s
Old Time Radio Drama: Forbidden Planet Decoded
Norman Gilliland and the 9XM Players present the radio play, “Forbidden Planet Decoded.”
Special | 1h 11m 8s
Chemistry Imagined: Connecting Art and Science
Roald Hoffmann and Vivian Torrence explore the relationship between art and science.
Special | 1h 31m 46s
Killer Clues: The Art and Science of Murder
Deborah Blum hosts a panel discussion with Beth Amos, Michael Stier and Melanie Hampton.
Special | 1h 18m 37s