Arizona Science

Episode 203: Predicting how forests will respond to climate change

Oct 10, 2019 Investigating how changes in global temperature will affect our forest.

Episode 202: Exploring the interaction between man and machine

Oct 3, 2019 Exploring our connection with computers

Episode 201: Detecting danger from traumatic brain injuries

Sep 26, 2019 A University of Arizona biomedical engineer is promoting the use of sensors in mouth guard to detect sports concussions.

Episode 200: Climate change clues from prehistoric times

Sep 19, 2019 Prehistoric temperature data can help us predict the impact of climate change.

Episode 199: A history of eating

Sep 13, 2019 Looking back in time to determine what created our dietary habits.

Episode 198: Groundwater and climate change

Sep 6, 2019 Using computer models to predict the effect of climate change on groundwater in the West.

Episode 197: Researching smartphone efficiency

Aug 30, 2019 Exploring ways to make smartphones run more efficiently.

Episode 196: Molecules and the battle against bacteria

Aug 23, 2019 Discovering how anti-microbial molecules fight infectious disease

Episode 195: Earth science and the art of crunching numbers

Aug 16, 2019 Meeting increasing data analysis challenges in Earth science research

Episode 194: Researching eating disorders with lab mice

Aug 9, 2019 Using laboratory mice to understand eating and emotional behavior.

Episode 193: Going global with farming methods

Aug 2, 2019 The challenges in transplanting a popular farming method around the globe.

Episode 192: Seeking knowledge through the use of synthetic biology

Jul 25, 2019 Making new things from existing biological forms.

Episode 191: Memories of the first moon landing

Jul 18, 2019 Memories from the first moon landing, 50 years after Apollo 11.

Episode 190: A better way to build small

Jul 12, 2019 Developing a new method to build tiny devices for medicine and electronics.

Episode 189: Tree ring research tracks the history of the Asian monsoon

Jul 3, 2019 Tree ring science helps University of Arizona researchers look at Asian rainfall trends over four centuries in the past.

Episode 188: Sleep, memory, language, and Down syndrome

Jun 28, 2019 New research suggests a link between poor sleep and difficulty learning to communicate in children with Down syndrome.

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