All Featured Episodes Science360 Radio

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NSF-funded George Sugihara comments on the difficulties in forecasting animal populations

Isla Earth

NSF-funded George Sugihara comments on the difficulties in forecasting animal populations

NSF-funded A. David Reddish discusses a new study about decisions and regret

Neuropod

NSF-funded A. David Reddish discusses a new study about decisions and regret

NSF-funded Jeff Kuhn discusses life in space and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Jeff Kuhn discusses life in space and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Princeton and NYU study on how to make economic stimuli more productive

The Discovery Files

Princeton and NYU study on how to make economic stimuli more productive

NSF-funded Geoffrey Schladow explains the technologies used to monitor Lake Tahoe

Science Today

NSF-funded Geoffrey Schladow explains the technologies used to monitor Lake Tahoe

Interview with Scott Borg of NSF's Polar Division, who is a finalist for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal

Federal News Radio

Interview with Scott Borg of NSF’s Polar Division, who is a finalist for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal

NSF-funded Boris Vinatzer comments on seeding rain clouds

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Boris Vinatzer comments on seeding rain clouds

NSF-funded James Coan reveals how our brains are wired for empathy

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded James Coan reveals how our brains are wired for empathy

New computer model helps scientists breed better soybean crops

The Discovery Files

New computer model helps scientists breed better soybean crops

NSF-funded Carlos Bustamante describes effort to map the genetics of Mexico's population

Science Podcast

NSF-funded Carlos Bustamante describes effort to map the genetics of Mexico's population

NSF-funded Matei Georgescu discusses the urban heat island effect and 'cool roofs'

The Science Show

NSF-funded Matei Georgescu discusses the urban heat island effect and 'cool roofs'

Provided by ABC Radio in Australia

Computer versus human - which can best distinguish between real or faked expressions of pain?

The Discovery Files

Computer versus human – which can best distinguish between real or faked expressions of pain?

NSF-funded Tyson Hedrick discusses the extreme maneuvers of cliff swallows in flight

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Tyson Hedrick discusses the extreme maneuvers of cliff swallows in flight

NSF-funded Michael Strand discusses biological warfare at the level of the genes

One Species at a Time

NSF-funded Michael Strand discusses biological warfare at the level of the genes

NSF-funded Erik Brynjolfsson discusses the economic impacts of automation

Spectrum Radio

NSF-funded Erik Brynjolfsson discusses the economic impacts of automation

Past NSF-funded Stephen Sillett discusses the growth of giant redwoods

Pulse of the Planet

Past NSF-funded Stephen Sillett discusses the growth of giant redwoods

A recent study shows it's possible to change our ability to learn via a mild electrical current to the brain

The Discovery Files

A recent study shows it’s possible to change our ability to learn via a mild electrical current to the brain

Featuring NSF-funded Marye Anne Fox, recipient of the 2010 National Medal of Science

Stories from the Field

Featuring NSF-funded Marye Anne Fox, recipient of the 2010 National Medal of Science