Arizona Science

Episode 89: That Buzzing Noise You Hear

Jul 20, 2017 Everything you ever wanted to know about cicadas.

Episode 88: Baby Genes

Jul 13, 2017 New research suggests that new genes are likely to appear fully developed rather than gradually taking shape.

Episode 87: X-ray Vision - The Drive to See More

Jul 6, 2017 By combining the very latest advances in technology and computing, a UA team is building uniquely powerful imaging systems.

Episode 86: The Widespread Effects of Tiny Aerosol Particles on Climate and Health

Jun 29, 2017 Of all environmental threats, particles are responsible for the most deaths globally.

Episode 85: Seeing Around Corners

Jun 22, 2017 The potential of exploiting complex light reflections to look around corners and through objects.

Episode 84: What the Earth's Climate History Can Tell Us About Climate Change and Seasonal Rains

Jun 16, 2017 REPEAT. New findings provides evidence that climate shifts can happen suddenly.

Episode 83: Rejuvenating and Repairing the Aging Brain with Stem Cells

Jun 8, 2017 REPEAT. Treating Parkinson's and more with stem cells.

Episode 82: Forecasting Arizona's Monsoon

Jun 1, 2017 REPEAT. The monsoon is changing as our temperatures rise.

Episode 81: Exploring the Milky Way

May 25, 2017 The UA-led GUSTO mission which will send a balloon to near space to study the Milky Way galaxy.

Episode 80: Improving Food Security

May 18, 2017 A new way to prevent the loss of millions of tons of crops to fungus each year.

Episode 79: Battling Chronic Pain

May 11, 2017 Research into new therapies for chronic pain.

Episode 78: Groundwater Supply and Quality

May 4, 2017 Applying knowledge from ants and bees to human engineering, computing, and more.

Episode 77: Insights from Insects

Apr 28, 2017 Applying knowledge from ants and bees to human engineering, computing, and more.

Episode 76: Computer-Assisted Surgical Training

Apr 24, 2017 REPEAT. Computer-guided practice will speed up surgical learning.

Episode 75: Flood Risks in the Southwest

Apr 12, 2017 REPEAT. The science of superfloods.

Episode 74: Why are Women More Susceptible to Alzheimer's Disease Than Men

Apr 6, 2017 Studying the dramatic differences between how female and male brains generate the energy they need as the brain ages.

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