Engineers of the New Millennium

This radio series, from NSF and IEEE, tells stories from the frontiers of engineering about innovations that are helping us overcome challenges, launch industries and enjoy happier, healthier lives.

60-Second Science

The tweeting habits of big city residents versus tweeters in smaller towns

Science Friday

The theory that massive underwater migrations of krill and other creatures could create powerful, ocean-mixing currents

Audio Abstract

The rising rates of herbicide and pesticide resistance

Big Picture Science

The possibility of microorganisms trapped in ice becoming re-animated as the ice melts

The Academic Minute

Looking inside the guts of animals for a potential fuel of the future

The Science Show

Heat from the North Atlantic hastens melt of Antarctic ice shelves

Provided by ABC Radio National in Australia

The Discovery Files

Robust neural activity related to food choice in this previously overlooked part of the brain

Sustainable Nano

Phosphates and understanding the potential environmental impacts of nanomaterials

The Antarctic Sun Podcast

U.S. Antarctic Program support staff carry out one of their most important duties – feeding all the researchers

Viterbi Voices

The future of medical imaging and the important role of electrical engineers in today’s techcentric world

TACC Podcast

NSF's Advanced Cyberinfrastructure director Manish Parashar discusses a new "Frontera" for science discoveries