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. 

Science on the Radio Explores Mites

Apr 13, 2016
e-Life the Journal Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Explores Mites

Science on the Radio Explores the Great Barrier Reef

Apr 8, 2016
Jim Maragos/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Dr. Marvin Druger explores the Great Barrier Reef

Science on the Radio Discusses AIDS

Apr 7, 2016

Science on the Radio Discusses AIDS

Science on the Radio Discusses Eyes in Animals

Mar 31, 2016
Eric Sonstroem Flickr Page

Dr. Marvin Druger discusses how eyes vary in function in different types of species.

Science on the Radio Discusses Eyes

Mar 30, 2016
Gordon Wrigley Flickr Page

Science on the Radio Explores Fruit Flies

Mar 28, 2016
Digicla Flickr page

Marvin Druger examines the species of Fruit Flies

Science on the Radio Explores Aging

Mar 24, 2016
Garry Knight Flickr page

Marvin Druger discusses what factors play in to aging for adults.

Science on the Radio Explores Dangerous Living Organisms

Mar 17, 2016
www.cc-content.net

Marvin Druger explores the many dangerous living organisms on Earth.

Science on the Radio Explores Camouflage Among Organisms

Mar 16, 2016
AECOLE2010 Flickr page

Marvin Druger explores the phenomenon of organisms who are able to naturally camouflage themselves.

Science on the Radio Examines DNA

Mar 10, 2016
Caroline Davis Flickr Page

Science on the Radio with Marvin Druger explores the topic of DNA.

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