Arizona Science

Episode 231: Why antibodies are crucial in the fight against COVID-19

May 8, 2020 Researching how antibodies help defeat infections.

Episode 230: Helping coronavirus patients breathe easier

May 1, 2020 A UArizona professor has adapted a respirator device to help with the shortage of ventilators the pandemic could create.

Episode 229: How do we emerge from COVID-19 lockdown?

Apr 24, 2020 Scientific tracking and monitoring of new infections is critical to making economic decisions.

Episode 228: Tracking the coronavirus in Arizona

Apr 17, 2020 A UArizona evolutionary biologist is leading a team of researchers to uncover where the coronavirus first emerged in Arizona.

Episode 227: Using artificial intelligence for space exploration

Apr 10, 2020 How AI and deep learning can improve automated space-exploration.

Episode 226: How groundwater can help global warming

Apr 3, 2020 Studies show groundwater adjusts to climate and stabilizes the soil which plants need to survive.

Episode 224: Tracking one of the world’s most dangerous snakes

Mar 19, 2020 The King Cobra snake possesses a fearsome reputation but is has rarely been studied.

Studying and searching for coronavirus in Tucson

Mar 6, 2020 Tracking the source of COVID-19 and looking for traces in Tucson.

Episode 221: How science can help feed the world

Feb 28, 2020 Using scientific tools to answer the challenge of feeding the world's population.

Episode 220: Understanding the positives and negatives of machine learning

Feb 21, 2020 The AI revolution comes with great promise, but also peril.

What the future holds for biodiversity on our planet

Feb 14, 2020 Biodiversity and ecosystems connect Earth's living and physical components.

Episode 219: Exploring virtual reality

Feb 7, 2020 There's more to VR than just gaming.

Episode 218: How extraterrestrial life could affect us on Earth

Jan 31, 2020 How finding extraterrestrial life will change the way we live on Earth.

Episode 217: Problem-solving on the Navajo Nation.

Jan 23, 2020 Putting a focus on problem-solving on the Navajo Nation.

Episode 216: Exercise, stress and the immune system

Jan 17, 2020 Researching the relationship between exercise, stress and the immune system.

Episode 215: Conducting research on the cutting edge of particle physics.

Jan 10, 2020 The Large Hadron Collider in Europe helps scientists make discoveries basic to our understanding of the known universe.

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