Arizona Science

Arizona Science explores the latest scientific research and technological innovations taking place in Southern Arizona and at the University of Arizona. Catch Arizona Science each Friday during Science Friday on NPR 89.1.

https://radio.azpm.org/arizonascience/

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Episode 240: Looking inside cells to see the development of Covid-19


A University of Arizona molecular scientist is tracking viruses within cells.


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Episode 238: Using a cell phone app to fight the spread of COVID-19


A new app may help when students return to campus this fall.


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Episode 237: The importance of scientific modelling in the effort to tackle COVID-19


Predicting coronavirus outcomes with advanced modelling.


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Episode 236: Tracking treatment candidates for COVID-19


Can research lead to a fast track development for an anti-COVID-19 drug?


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Episode 235: New ways to track history through radio-carbon dating


Collaborating to increase the precision of dating archeological artifacts.


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 2020-06-05  5m
 
 

Episode 239: A detailed look beneath the surface of Mars


A new ground-penetrating radar experiment will reveal what's underneath layers of Martian soil.


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 2020-06-05  5m
 
 

Episode 234: Tracking down the characteristics of COVID-19


Detecting and understanding microbes can help in our fight against infectious disease.


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 2020-05-29  5m
 
 

Episode 233: Bringing metal and medicine together to fight COVID-19


Copper has been used to battle pathogens for centuries.


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 2020-05-22  5m
 
 

Episode 231: Why antibodies are crucial in the fight against COVID-19


Researching how antibodies help defeat infections.


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 2020-05-08  5m
 
 

Episode 230: Helping coronavirus patients breathe easier


A UArizona professor has adapted a respirator device to help with the shortage of ventilators the pandemic could create.


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 2020-05-01  5m