Arizona Science

Episode 60: Combating the "Silent Killer" of Women

Dec 23, 2016 The fight for early detection of ovarian cancer.

Episode 59: Increasingly Detailed Predictions of the Severity of Hurricane Seasons

Dec 16, 2016 Using climate-related processes to predict the severity of hurrican seasons.

Episode 58: Exploring the Outer Reaches of the Solar System

Dec 16, 2016 A new telescope named ALMA is providing researchers with never before seen observations the solar system.

Episode 57: Calling All Scientists: Let's Deal with Your Data

Dec 1, 2016 Information technology is making transformational advances in data management for scientists.

Episode 55: How Astronomy and the Arts Interact

Nov 18, 2016 The role of astronomical themes in the arts.

Episode 54: The Care and Feeding of Honeybees To Sustain Our Nation's Food Security

Nov 10, 2016 Helping threatened honeybees with biology.

Episode 53: A New Way for NASA and Others to Access Near-Space

Nov 4, 2016 The Tucson based company World View will offer a new way to see space.

Episode 51: Computer-Assisted Surgical Training

Oct 21, 2016 Computer-guided practice will speed up surgical learning.

Episode 50: Forecasting Arizona's Monsoon

Oct 13, 2016 The monsoon is changing as our temperatures rise.

Episode 48: Rules of the Road are Needed in Outer Space

Sep 29, 2016 Examining objects in space to manage traffic.

Episode 47: Children Need Their Naps

Sep 23, 2016 Sleep patterns in children profoundly affect their learning ability.

Episode 46: OSIRIS-REx has Begun its Epic 7 Year Long Mission to the Asteroid Bennu

Sep 15, 2016 OSIRIS-REx is on the way to study the Asteroid Bennu and return to Earth in 2023 with a sample for analysis.

Episode 45: Past Climates Can Help to Inform Water Resource Management in the Western U.S.

Sep 8, 2016 Knowledge of the range of climate conditions over past centuries can shed light on the conditions we may expect in the future.

Episode 44: Yeast Cells May One Day Have a Role to Play in Developing Treatments for Diseases like Alzheimer's

Sep 2, 2016 Artificially inducing stress responses may one day help develop treatments for diseases associated with misfiled prion proteins.

Episode 43: Arizona at the Forefront of New National Program on Individualized Healthcare

Aug 25, 2016 Recent studies indicate that our individual genetic makeups impact how we respond to medical treatment.

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