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 11: How Our Brain Makes Up its Mind


How do the activities of ensembles of nerve cells drive our capacity to decide, remember, and navigate?


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 2016-01-20  5m
 
 

Episode 10: Exploring our Solar System's Past Through Pluto


Using the orbital interaction between Pluto and Neptune to infer large-scale orbital migration of the planets and to predict the existence of "Plutinos."


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 2015-12-23  6m
 
 

Episode 9: Is Our Current Behavior Tuned to our Evolutionary History?


Human evolution is marked by 2 locomotor transitions. bipedal walking and increased aerobic levels that likely evolved with the hunter/gatherer lifestyle.


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 2015-12-23  4m
 
 

Episode 8: The Pope's Astonomer


In 2015, Pope Francis named Tucsonan and U.S. Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno the new director of the Vatican Observatory. We discuss the posting.


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 2015-12-23  4m
 
 

Episode 10: Exploring our Solar System's Past Through Pluto


Using the orbital interaction between Pluto and Neptune to infer large-scale orbital migration of the planets and to predict the existence of "Plutinos."


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 2015-12-23  6m
 
 

Episode 9: Is Our Current Behavior Tuned to our Evolutionary History?


Human evolution is marked by 2 locomotor transitions. bipedal walking and increased aerobic levels that likely evolved with the hunter/gatherer lifestyle.


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 2015-12-23  4m
 
 

Episode 8: The Pope's Astonomer


In 2015, Pope Francis named Tucsonan and U.S. Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno the new director of the Vatican Observatory. We discuss the posting.


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 2015-12-23  4m
 
 

Episode 7: Sharper than Hubble


How changing the shape of a mirror a thousand times per second results in high resolution imaging of low-mass stars, brown dwarfs, and extrasolar planets.


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 2015-12-16  9m
 
 

Episode 7: Sharper than Hubble


How changing the shape of a mirror a thousand times per second results in high resolution imaging of low-mass stars, brown dwarfs, and extrasolar planets.


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 2015-12-16  9m
 
 

Episode 6: Precise Predictions from Big Data


Unleashing the hidden wealth of the time and location data from our cell phones to predict behavior and improve health care.


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 2015-12-09  5m