All Featured Episodes Science360 Radio

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New unique combo of existing treatments can detect and kill only cancer cells

The Discovery Files

New unique combo of existing treatments can detect and kill only cancer cells

NSF-funded astrophysicist Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz brings art and science together

Science Today

NSF-funded astrophysicist Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz brings art and science together

Genomes reconstructed from ancient skeletons reveal how tuberculosis reached the New World

Nature

Genomes reconstructed from ancient skeletons reveal how tuberculosis reached the New World

NSF-funded Jessica Winter went from scientist to entrepreneur, with her quantum dots

Science & Technology

NSF-funded Jessica Winter went from scientist to entrepreneur, with her quantum dots

For the first time, a plant responds to an ecologically relevant sound in its environment

The Discovery Files

For the first time, a plant responds to an ecologically relevant sound in its environment

NSF-funded David Kaplan designs biomedical devices made of silk

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded David Kaplan designs biomedical devices made of silk

NSF-funded Nancy Kanwisher discusses why we see faces in pareidolic visions

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Nancy Kanwisher discusses why we see faces in pareidolic visions

NSF-funded Stephen Mayfield discusses bringing down the cost of algal biofuel

The Science Show

NSF-funded Stephen Mayfield discusses bringing down the cost of algal biofuel

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Mathematicians are helping California berry farmers manage water resources

The Discovery Files

Mathematicians are helping California berry farmers manage water resources

NSF-funded James Stanford reveals why New England accents are more isolated

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded James Stanford reveals why New England accents are more isolated

NSF-funded Alan Vajda discusses endocrine disruptors in drinking water

How On Earth

NSF-funded Alan Vajda discusses endocrine disruptors in drinking water

Some troubling side effects to draining an aquifer for irrigation, according to a new study

The Discovery Files

Some troubling side effects to draining an aquifer for irrigation, according to a new study

NSF-funded Robin Canup discusses planetary collisions and the moon

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Robin Canup discusses planetary collisions and the moon

NSF-funded Marlene Zuk explains why crickets stopped chirping in Hawaii

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Marlene Zuk explains why crickets stopped chirping in Hawaii

NSF-funded Howie Choset & Ken Goldberg discuss the rise of robots

On Point

NSF-funded Howie Choset & Ken Goldberg discuss the rise of robots

NSF-funded Jay McClelland comments on parallel distributed processing, or PDP

PNAS Science Sessions

NSF-funded Jay McClelland comments on parallel distributed processing, or PDP

New software tracks infants' activity during videotaped autism screening

The Discovery Files

New software tracks infants' activity during videotaped autism screening