Cool Science Radio

Thursday, 9-10AM

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From the discovery of new dinosaurs to the science of an avalanche.

From the secret technology behind Facebook, to nanotechnology.

Deciphering science and technology in an entertaining, amusing and accessible way.

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Cool Science Radio - June 26, 2014

Jun 26, 2014

Lynn and John talk to Jared Heyman, CEO of Crowd Med, an on line crowd-sourced medical diagnosis platform that helps solve difficult medical cases. In the second half, Lynn Sherr, author of "Sally Ride: America's First Woman In Space".

Cool Science Radio - June 19, 2014

Jun 19, 2014

John and Lynn first talk with Graeme Simsion, author of the "Rose Project". He designed the Wife Project to find his perfect partner with a scientifically valid survey. Then, a conversation with Alex Bellos, author of "The Grapes of Math: How Life Reflects Numbers and Numbers Reflect Life". This is a journey of mathematical discovery with his wit and enthusiasm.

Cool Science Radio - June 12, 2014

Jun 12, 2014

John and Lynn have a conversation with Sam Kean, author of "The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons: The History of the Human Brain as Revealed by True Stories of Trauma, Madness and Recovery. For the second half, Dr. Terence Hines, of Pace University and author of a paper examining Einstein's brain.

Cool Science Radio - June 5, 2014

Jun 5, 2014

This hour opens with Blake J. Harris, author of "Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation". In the second half, students from Park City High CAPS solar team explain their proposal to install a PV solar array panel on the high school. On air to talk about this are Jamie Martin, Nick Miller and Charlie Matthews.

Cool Science Radio - May 29, 2014

May 29, 2014

This show starts out with Allie Wilkinson, science writer for Discover Magazine, who also has had her work in National Geographic News and Scientific America, among others. She'll talk about the article "Top 4 Summer Science Road Trip Destinations". Next, Frank Grasso, the Director of Biomimetic and Cognitive Robotics Lab at Brooklyn College. Frank does research into the Neural, ecological and behavioral foundations of intelligence. The third guest is Park City local, Chris Robinson, who recently won Division of Wildlife Resources Award for his work done on Sage Grouse habitat.

Cool Science Radio - May 22, 2014

May 22, 2014

John and Lynn first talk to Dr. Eric Thacker, Assistant Professor at Utah State University, who studies range management. He explains how how the grazing capacity of any given allotment is determined and how wildlife and cattle get counted. Then, Joseph Finder, author of "Suspicion". Joseph is a New York Times Best Seller and "master of the modern thriller".

Cool Science Radio - May 15, 2014

May 15, 2014

Lynn and John spend the first half of the show with Brian Mcinerney, hydrologist for the National Weather Service, who talks about the upcoming water year.  In the second half, Zheng Zheng, an assistant professor of Physics and astronomy at the University of Utah, whose team discovered a "hypervelocity star" that may provide clues about the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way.

Cool Science Radio - May 8, 2014

May 8, 2014

John and Lynn spend the first half  of the show with Richard Giraud, landslide specialist for Utah Geological Survey. Common types of Utah landslides are debris flows, slides and rock falls. In the second half, Richard Primack, author of "Walden Warming: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau's Woods". Richard uses notes on the natural history of Concord Massachusetts from Henry David Thoreau, to track the effects of a warming climate.

Cool Science Radio - May 1, 2014

May 1, 2014

John and Lynn have Dr. Thalma Lobel, author of "Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence", who is one of the world's leading expert on human behavior. In the second half, David Waltham, author of "Lucky Planet: Why Earth Is Exceptional and What That Means For Life In The Universe". Waltham paints a complex picture of how special Earth's climate really is.

Cool Science Radio - April 24, 2014

Apr 24, 2014

Lynn and John talk to Tom Chiller, epidemiologist for the Center for Disease Control, about Valley Fever. Most cases occur in people who live in or travel to the southwestern United States. Then, Dr. Peter Squire, researcher at Office of Naval Research. Navy researchers what to know if those facing the unexpected in the heat of battle can be trained to guess right more often than not.