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For those who diligently follow the world of science and it's rich history you are probably familiar with Madame Curie. And it just so happens,she's the focus of this week's Science on the radio with Dr. Marvin Druger.

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Through one avenue or another we are all probably familiar with The Nobel Prize. But how much do we actually know about the history of the award? This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger gets us up to speed on the award that dates back to 1895.

Who is eligible to win the Nobel Prize? What does one actually win when they are  awarded the prize? Find the answers to these questions and more on this weeks episode of Science On The Radio.

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This week on Science on the Radio we visit Green Lakes State Park located in the Town of Manlius. As most CNY natives will attest, the park is strikingly scenic, and has an impressive golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones.

The park is also home to perhaps the most studied meromictic lake—one in which layers of water do not mix—in the world. You'll hear more about this wonderful state park, this week on Science on the Radio with Dr Marvin Druger.

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These days you can get a brand new computer shipped directly to your house in a just a matter of days. The very first computer on the other hand, took 3 years to be built.

This week on Science on the Radio, Dr. Marvin Druger discusses the first electronic computer otherwise known as ENIAC.

You can hear Science on the Radio Wednesday nights at 8:35 on WAER.

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This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger is talking about the Drosophila, often known as the fruit fly. You have probably seen these little guys before as they as they typically boast a pale yellow to reddish brown to black exterior with red eyes.

They can be found in deserts, tropical rainforests, cities, swamps and alpine zones. And that's just the tip of it, Dr. Marvin Druger tell us much more about these curious little insects.

This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger is talking Thermodynamics and specifically Entropy. Entropy is a measure of the degree of disorder in any isolated system, high Entropy means greater disorder.

Hear Science on the Radio with Dr. Marvin Druger Wednesday evenings at 8:35 on WAER.

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Lobsters comprise a family of large marine crustaceans.

Lobsters have long bodies with muscular tails, and live in crevices or burrows on the sea floor. Three of their five pairs of legs have claws, including the first pair, which are usually much larger than the others. Highly prized as seafood, lobsters are economically important, and are often one of the most profitable commodities in coastal areas they populate

Find out even more about our little friend the Lobster this week with Dr. Marvin Druger on Science on the Radio.

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Everyone should remember the solar eclipse that occurred this past August and captivated the country. This week on Science on The Radio we'll take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the science that resulted in the phenomenon that was front and center this past Summer.

When is it safe to stare directly at the eclipse? And when is the next total solar eclipse going to occur in North America? Find out this week on Science on The Radio.

You can hear Science on The Radio every Wednesday Night at 8:35 on WAER. 

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This week on Science on the Radio we take a trip to Brooklyn, New York to examine the legendary Brooklyn Bridge. The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable/stayed suspension bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest bridges in the United States.

Have you ever wondered how much money it cost to build such a bridge? Or how did they test its safety? Find out this week on Science on the Radio with Dr. Marvin Druger.

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Ever wonder what's the best way to remove a tick safely? Do you know which diseases you may incur if you are bitten by a tick? 

Wonder no longer, this week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger will give you all information you need and a little extra insight into the world of ticks.

Hear Science on the Radio each Wednesday Night at 8:35 on WAER.

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