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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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For the most of us we use the telephone every single day, perhaps more than we even realize. They're mobile, light weight and can function as miniature computer at times. But, it wasn't always that way.

This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger discusses the telephone. From its invention to widespread use and finally to where we are today.

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

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Cholesterol, it's something most of feel we are battling our entire lives. There is good cholesterol and bad cholesterol but the balancing of those two is a tricky equation to solve. This week on Science on the radio Dr. Marvin Druger looks at Statins, the medication that helps try to limit the bad cholesterol while maintaining the good.

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

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This week on Science on the radio, Dr. Marvin Druger takes a look at fraud. Even the world of science has fallen victim to fraud  from time to time. As far back as 1912 the scientific community has been dealing with the issue of fraud, including an attempt to draw a direct link between apes and humans.

Hear more about the struggle between fraud and scientific discovery with Marvin Druger on this week's science on the Radio.

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

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2015 was a big year for Gravitational Waves as they were detected, confirming Albert Einsteins prediction that they existed back in 1916. If you've ever seen a ripple on a wave of water then you've witnessed Gravitational Waves.  What causes these waves? That's the topic of Science on the Radio this week, as Dr. Marvin Drugers take us on another exploration of knowledge.

Also this week you'll hear how the waves were detected and what that means for future scientific studies.

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

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This week on Science on the Radio, Dr Marvin Druger takes a dip into the world of Dolphins. Largely regarded as one of the smartest marine mammals in the world, Dr Druger will examine the unique way that Dolphins communicate.  We'll also examine the Dolphin family tree, letting you know what other animals they're related to and which is the most popular dolphin. That's all coming up this week on Science on the Radio

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

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This week on Science on the Radio Dr. Marvin Druger discusses marijuana. You won't hear a debate whether to legalize the drug or not. What you will hear is a description of what makes up the controversial plant. You'll also hear about the potential use of medicinal marijuana.

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

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Are you feeling hot today? No, not because of the Summer weather but rather the Global Surface Temperature. That's the topic of conversation this week on Science on the Radio with your host Dr. Marvin Druger. What contributes to the steady rise of our average global surface temperature? And what roles does El Nino play in all of this? Find out this week on Science on the Radio.

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

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