Arizona Science

Episode 262: How to create a pattern for healthy eating

Jan 15, 2021 The American Cancer Society recently unveiled new lifestyle guidelines.

Episode 225: Facing the challenge of diagnosing speech disorders

Jan 8, 2021 A University of Arizona researcher is working on an issue critical for Arizona educators.

Episode 235: New ways to track history through radio-carbon dating

Dec 18, 2020 Collaborating to increase the precision of dating archeological artifacts.

Episode 261: The Arecibo Collapse: A Devastating Setback for Global Astronomy

Dec 11, 2020 A researcher remembers the telescope's importance to the scientific community and reflects on its legacy.

Episode 260: Wearable technology that can help reduce workplace injury

Dec 4, 2020 How engineering technology can reduce the chances for injury in the workplace.

Episode 259: Scientists use game theory to understand human behavior

Nov 20, 2020 Game theory helps scientists produce predictions about how people will behave.

Episode 258: Recognizing new developments in gene-editing technology

Nov 13, 2020 CRISPR could someday open the door toward growing more nutritious foods and eliminating disease.

Episode 257: How COVID-19 spreads by affecting our sensitivity to pain

Nov 6, 2020 Research could explain why those who are asymptomatic turn out to be some of the worst spreaders of COVID-19.

Episode 256: Challenging Einstein’s theory of relativity

Oct 30, 2020 The University of Arizona-supported Event Horizon telescope produced the first picture of a black hole last year.

Episode 255: The role of telemedicine in investigating the COVID-19 pandemic

Oct 23, 2020 Telemedicine is proving essential for medical scientists solving the riddle of the coronavirus.

Episode 254: OSIRIS-REx makes its first sampling try at the asteroid Bennu

Oct 15, 2020 The University of Arizona-backed OSIRIS-REx mission reaches its biggest moment next week.

Episode 253: Forecasting chances for a COVID-19 vaccine

Oct 9, 2020 The push to create a vaccine that will end the COVID-19 crisis is putting pressure on medical scientists.

Episode 252: Paving the way for a new era of computer technology

Oct 2, 2020 How quantum computing could replace our current Internet with a more powerful version.

Episode 251: Developing a new weapon to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Sep 25, 2020 The battle to stop spreading the coronavirus includes wiping down every surface it comes in contact with.

Episode 250: Researching communities most at-risk from the threat of COVID-19

Sep 18, 2020 Researchers are studying how COVID-19 grows within the population.

Episode 249: Effective messaging about COVID-19

Sep 10, 2020 Ways to relay information that can keep new COVID-19 outbreaks from happening.

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