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Episode 64: The Hunt for Trojan Asteroids

Next month, a team at the UA's Lunar and Planetary Lab will begin searching for Trojan asteroids.

Episode 62: Flood Risks in the Southwest

The science of superfloods.

Episode 61: Soft as a Rock: Tectonic Stretching of the Earth's Crust

Geological fieldwork is unlocking details of the creation of the Basin and Range Province in which Tucson sits.

Episode 60: Combating the "Silent Killer" of Women

The fight for early detection of ovarian cancer.

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

Using climate-related processes to predict the severity of hurrican seasons.

Episode 58: Exploring the Outer Reaches of the Solar System

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

Information technology is making transformational advances in data management for scientists.

Episode 55: How Astronomy and the Arts Interact

The role of astronomical themes in the arts.

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

The Tucson based company World View will offer a new way to see space.

Episode 51: Computer-Assisted Surgical Training

Computer-guided practice will speed up surgical learning.

Episode 50: Forecasting Arizona's Monsoon

The monsoon is changing as our temperatures rise.

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

Examining objects in space to manage traffic.

Episode 47: Children Need Their Naps

Sleep patterns in children profoundly affect their learning ability.

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