Science on the Radio

Wednesday at 08:30p
  • Hosted by Marvin Druger

How does a ball point pen work? What does science have to do with Valentine's Day? What's different about Einstein's brain? Listeners will learn the answers to these questions and many more when they tune into "Science on the Radio," a 90-second science information segment featuring Marvin Druger, retired chair of the Department of Science Teaching and professor of biology and science education at Syracuse University. 

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This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger uncovers the history behind The Nobel Prize. Also, the man after which the prize is named and a notable recipient of the Nobel Prize.

http://www.costaricajourneys.com

This week on Science on the Radio host Marv Druger gives us the inside scoop on Leaf Cutting Ants. What are the various species of these ants? Where can they be found? Marv has the answers.

Science on the Radio Discusses the Erie Canal

Sep 9, 2016
Jess Buttery Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Discusses Frederick Sanger

Aug 24, 2016
nobelprize.org

Science on the Radio Discusses Scientists Income

Aug 18, 2016
Evan P. Cordes Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Discusses Gluten

Aug 12, 2016
Andrea Nguyen Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Discusses Diodes

Aug 5, 2016
Lorenzo's Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Explores the HeLa Cells

Aug 3, 2016
Pablo Ramdohr's Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Discusses Spider Reproduction

Jul 22, 2016
Pslim Flickr Page

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