Arizona Science

Episode 353: Why computers might not be as smart as we think

Feb 3, 2023 Computers are such a part of our everyday lives that we take for granted that they are thinking machines.

Episode 352: Solving misconceptions about the aging brain

Jan 27, 2023 Researchers are finding more about what happens to our brains as we get older.

Episode 351: How University of Arizona students are preparing for careers guiding space missions

Jan 20, 2023 University of Arizona students are getting their own unmanned satellite ready for launch.

Episode 350: Simulating residency on another world

Jan 13, 2023 Scientists predict people might spend years living off-world in the coming decades.

Episode 349: Exploring the University of Arizona campus arboretum

Jan 6, 2023 Bringing the stories of cacti, shrubs, and saplings to the U of A from around the world.

Episode 348: A new type of pacemaker for the heart

Dec 16, 2022 New technology is helping scientists develop a gentler, less painful way to use electricity to stimulate the heart.

Episode 347: The 1-year anniversary of the James Webb Space Telescope.

Dec 9, 2022 The groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope was launched in December a year ago

Episode 346: How and why animals evolved in different color

Dec 2, 2022 Examining why certain animals look the way they do.

Episode 345: Developing the next generation of space suits

Nov 18, 2022 A Tucson company is creating space suits for astronauts who will be taking the next steps on the moon and Mars.

Episode 344: Using green energy for agriculture

Nov 11, 2022 Researchers are developing new ways for solar energy to help farmers grow crops.

Episode 343: How to eat better using culinary medicine

Nov 5, 2022 The University of Arizona is helping develop the first culinary medicine program in the state.

Episode 342: The hunt for hidden water contaminants

Oct 28, 2022 Testing for PFAS in Arizona groundwater.

Episode 341: Learning from ancient societies

Oct 21, 2022 Understanding how past societies flourished and ultimately fell can tell us something about current issues and problems.

Episode 340: Smashing into an asteroid to test planetary defense.

Sep 23, 2022 NASA’s DART mission will send a satellite to a crash with an asteroid.

Episode 339: Unlocking the mystery of the aging brain.

Sep 16, 2022 Studies show 14 percent of Americans show signs of dementia as we grow older.

Episode 338: Examining how far technology has changed social discourse

Sep 9, 2022 Why do certain social media platforms encourage bad social behaviors?

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