Cool Science Radio

Thursday, 9-10AM

Credit Mark Maziarz

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.

If we can understand it, so can you. 

For questions and inquiries, contact the hosts directly at coolscience@kpcw.org.

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12:56 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

Cool Science Radio - September 26, 2013

Today's first guest is John Marzluff, Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington, whose research  is focused on jays and ravens. Then, University of Utah electrical engineers, Neal Patwari and Brad Mager, discuss the development of wireless sensors that can detect a person falling.

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12:39 pm
Mon September 23, 2013

Cool Science Radio - September 19, 2013

Today's guests are Molly Wagster, Chief, Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience Branch, Division of Neuroscience, Natioanal Institute on Aging, proving you can teach an old dog new tricks.Then, Laura DeFrancesco, Senior Editor of Nature Biotechnology, on food safety.

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12:08 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

Cool Science Radio - September 12, 2013

Hosts John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek talk to Jared Zeizel, co-author of "A Field Guide To Lucid Dreaming: Mastering the Art of Oneironautics". In the second Half, Pedro Sevilla, researcher on the WISE satelllite program at USU.

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12:45 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

Cool Science Radio - September 5, 2013

KPCW introduces the new Public Affairs Hour "Cool Science Radio", hosted by Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells. Cool Science Radio is a weekly show about science and technology that makes complex science and technology topics, understandable, accessible and entertaining. Their first guests are Jeff Stible, author of "Breakpoint: Why The Web Will Implode, Search Will Be Obsolete, and Everything You Need To Know About Technology Is In Your Brain". Then, Lynn Ingram, coauthor of "The West Without Water".

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