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Episode 239: A detailed look beneath the surface of Mars

A new ground-penetrating radar experiment will reveal what's underneath layers of Martian soil.

Episode 238: Using a cell phone app to fight the spread of COVID-19

A new app may help when students return to campus this fall.

Episode 237: The importance of scientific modelling in the effort to tackle COVID-19

Predicting coronavirus outcomes with advanced modelling.

Episode 236: Tracking treatment candidates for COVID-19

Can research lead to a fast track development for an anti-COVID-19 drug?

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

Collaborating to increase the precision of dating archeological artifacts.

Episode 234: Tracking down the characteristics of COVID-19

Detecting and understanding microbes can help in our fight against infectious disease.

Episode 233: Bringing metal and medicine together to fight COVID-19

Copper has been used to battle pathogens for centuries.

Episode 232: The battle against coronavirus misinformation.

A new public engagement project seeks COVID-19 data; fights misinformation.

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

Researching how antibodies help defeat infections.

Episode 230: Helping coronavirus patients breathe easier

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?

Scientific tracking and monitoring of new infections is critical to making economic decisions.

Episode 228: Tracking the coronavirus in Arizona

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

How AI and deep learning can improve automated space-exploration.

Episode 226: How groundwater can help global warming

Studies show groundwater adjusts to climate and stabilizes the soil which plants need to survive.

Episode 225: Facing the challenge of diagnosing speech disorders

A University of Arizona researcher is working on an issue critical for Arizona educators.

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

The King Cobra snake possesses a fearsome reputation but is has rarely been studied.

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