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Kimberly Craft speaks with Augustus Woodrow-Tomizuka for our Science Fair Series.

Students Answer President's Plea: Augustus Woodrow-Tomizuka

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

A Community Forum on Mental Illness

Can the citizens of Tucson find a better way to both protect the public and provide help for persons suffering from severe mental illness?

Kimberly Craft talks with Kelsey and Carly about there science project in our Science Fair Series.

Students Answer President's Plea: Kelsey and Carly

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

The building for the College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona has garnered worldwide attention as an architectural triumph, but visitors now have a treat waiting to be seen inside as well: an Optics Museum. Luis Carrion has a look at what is now the University of Arizona's latest attraction.

Of Lenses and Light

New museum pays tribute to history of optics

Two high school students join Kimberly Craft in the studio to discuss their original science fair project.

Students Answer President's Plea: Sumedha and Sirtaj

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

Science Fair winner and high school student Stan Palasek explains his research on creating a new type of sugar.

Students Answer President's Plea: Stan Palasek

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

Christopher Conover interviews Jeff McClellan, Head of MC2STEM High School, and Matt Adamson, UA Education Outreach Coordinator, about efforts to increase STEM education at Biosphere 2.

Students learn at Biosphere 2

High school students learn while getting their hands dirty.

The Archeological Treasures of Homolovi State Park

Discover a place in Northern Arizona that is sacred land to the Hopi, a budget-troubled state park, and a storehouse of ancient relics.

Kimberly Craft interviews Robert Strom Ph.D. and AnnSprague Ph.D. from the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Lab about the planet Mercury.

MESSENGER's Journey Nears Its End

Space probe to settle into Mercury's orbit, where scientists hope to unlock the mysteries of the solar system's origin

Christopher Conover talks with Daniel Boone Ph.D., Professor Emeritus from the University of Arizona Department of Speech, Language, about speech pathology.

Talking About Speech Pathology

Daniel Boone, the “dean” of speech therapy in Tucson, discusses speech rehabilitation

The Oldest Question: Is there Life Beyond Earth?

Lecture 6 in the 2011 Science Series

Solar Energy

Public forums put on by the Bureau of Land Management

Kimberly Craft interviews Jonathan Overpeck Ph D., Director of the UA Institute for the Study of Planet Earth, on the topic of global warming.

Global Warming Gets Local

Research shows environmental impacts in the southern Arizona region

College of Science Lecture Series: Cosmic Origins

Origins of Black Holes: Gravity at its Extreme

Merin thomas shows her winning science fair project.

Students Answer President's Plea: Merin Thomas

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

Man's best friend may turn out to be more invaluable than ever as researchers are looking at the genetic traits of purebred dogs to better understand human diseases such as Alzheimer's and cancer.

Decoding the Canine Genome

Man's best friend helps researchers find cures for human diseases

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