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Episode 98: Beyond “Patient Zero”

Exploring the Origins of HIV / AIDS

Episode 97: Where’s Bennu?

Using Radio Telescopes to Locate Objects Millions of Miles Away

Episode 95: The UA Home of Millions of Insect Specimens

The UA insect collection is helping researchers understand more about our world.

Episode 94: How Life Experiences Shape Brain Circuity

Why is it easier for children to learn new information than it is for adults?

Episode 93: Flood History of the West

New research suggests we've seriously underestimated the super-floods of the past.

Episode 92: Watching Molecules Perform their Functions

Using new techniques to watch enzyme proteins perform their functions.

Episode 91: How Bright is a Black Hole

Can recently discovered quasars help us discover when the first super-massive black hole formed in the universe?

Episode 90: Why are Women More Susceptible to Alzheimer's Disease Than Men

REPEAT. Studying the dramatic differences between how female and male brains generate the energy they need as the brain ages.

Episode 89: That Buzzing Noise You Hear

Everything you ever wanted to know about cicadas.

Episode 88: Baby Genes

New research suggests that new genes are likely to appear fully developed rather than gradually taking shape.

Episode 87: X-ray Vision - The Drive to See More

By combining the very latest advances in technology and computing, a UA team is building uniquely powerful imaging systems.

Episode 86: The Widespread Effects of Tiny Aerosol Particles on Climate and Health

Of all environmental threats, particles are responsible for the most deaths globally.

Episode 85: Seeing Around Corners

The potential of exploiting complex light reflections to look around corners and through objects.

Episode 84: What the Earth's Climate History Can Tell Us About Climate Change and Seasonal Rains

REPEAT. New findings provides evidence that climate shifts can happen suddenly.

Episode 83: Rejuvenating and Repairing the Aging Brain with Stem Cells

REPEAT. Treating Parkinson's and more with stem cells.

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