More Arizona Science Stories

Episode 348: A new type of pacemaker for the heart

New technology is helping scientists develop a gentler, less painful way to use electricity to stimulate the heart.

Episode 347: The 1-year anniversary of the James Webb Space Telescope.

The groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope was launched in December a year ago

Episode 346: How and why animals evolved in different color

Examining why certain animals look the way they do.

Episode 345: Developing the next generation of space suits

A Tucson company is creating space suits for astronauts who will be taking the next steps on the moon and Mars.

Episode 344: Using green energy for agriculture

Researchers are developing new ways for solar energy to help farmers grow crops.

Episode 343: How to eat better using culinary medicine

The University of Arizona is helping develop the first culinary medicine program in the state.

Episode 342: The hunt for hidden water contaminants

Testing for PFAS in Arizona groundwater.

Episode 341: Learning from ancient societies

Understanding how past societies flourished and ultimately fell can tell us something about current issues and problems.

Episode 340: Smashing into an asteroid to test planetary defense.

NASA’s DART mission will send a satellite to a crash with an asteroid.

Episode 339: Unlocking the mystery of the aging brain.

Studies show 14 percent of Americans show signs of dementia as we grow older.

Episode 338: Examining how far technology has changed social discourse

Why do certain social media platforms encourage bad social behaviors?

Episode 337: What happens to the brain when neurons malfunction?

Experimenting with fruit flies and mice to isolate a protein that affects neurons in the brain.

Episode 336: Determining the real cost of loss of sleep

Sleep researchers are finding catching up on lost sleep doesn’t always help.

Episode 335: Investigating the properties of particle physics

Scientists are resuming their studies of sub-atomic particles at the Large Hadron Collider in Europe.

Episode 334: Researching and developing organic solar cells

Scientists are exploring how solar technology can deliver electricity more efficiently.

Episode 333: How certain birds can help us understand the development of Parkinson’s in humans

Frequency of birdsong in Australia is helping medical researchers find out more about the onset of Parkinson’s Disease.

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