Carnegie Science Center Podcast

Cafe Sci brings interesting speakers from around the Pittsburgh region to Carnegie Science Center once a month to share their knowledge in their respective fields. This podcast provides an archive of past speakers.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 56m. Bisher sind 83 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 12 hours 3 minutes

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Beyond the Looking Glass: Bird-Friendly Windows


  Follow along with the slideshow here.   Glass windows are the second greatest human-related cause of mortality to North American birds, accounting for nearly 1 billion deaths ...


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 2017-05-02  1h15m
 
 

Cafe Sci: Harnessing Electricity from Biofilms to Create Sustainable technologies


Dr. David Sanchez Assistent Professor, University of Pittsburgh   Biofilms play a central role in the ecosystem’s ability to sustain life and provide goods and services for economic ...


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 2017-03-15  1h1m
 
 

Cafe Sci: Harnessing Electricity from Biofilms to Create Sustainable technologies


Dr. David Sanchez Assistent Professor, University of Pittsburgh   Biofilms play a central role in the ecosystem’s ability to sustain life and provide goods and services for economic ...


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 2017-03-15  1h1m
 
 

Cafe Sci: Is Carbon Capture Realistic?


Is Carbon Capture Realistic? Christopher Wilmer Assistant Professor,Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department,University of Pittsburgh Join University of Pittsburgh professor Chris Wilmer for a discussion of the future of ...


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 2017-02-13  1h27m
 
 

Cafe Sci: Is Carbon Capture Realistic?


Is Carbon Capture Realistic? Christopher Wilmer Assistant Professor,Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department,University of Pittsburgh Join University of Pittsburgh professor Chris Wilmer for a discussion of the future of ...


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 2017-02-13  1h27m
 
 

Science News and Q’s Pilot — Seahorses, Antimatter, and Rivers


Hello, and welcome to Carnegie Science Center’s newest experiment in podcasting. This is a pilot episode of Science News and Q’s or “SNaQ” for short. It’s  a ...


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 2017-01-26  21m
 
 

Science News and Q’s Pilot — Seahorses, Antimatter, and Rivers


Hello, and welcome to Carnegie Science Center’s newest experiment in podcasting. This is a pilot episode of Science News and Q’s or “SNaQ” for short. It’s  a ...


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 2017-01-26  21m
 
 

Light Up the Sky with Stars


  Light Up the Sky with Stars Presenter: Diane Turnshek Lecturer, Author, Astronomer How far do you have to travel to see the stars clearly? Join lecturer, author, and ...


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 2016-12-12  1h32m
 
 

Light Up the Sky with Stars


  Light Up the Sky with Stars Presenter: Diane Turnshek Lecturer, Author, Astronomer How far do you have to travel to see the stars clearly? Join lecturer, author, and ...


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 2016-12-12  1h32m
 
 

The Science of Soccer Strength


Michael Whiteman Pittsburgh Riverhounds Director of Sports Science   The Science of Soccer Strength Join Pittsburgh Riverhounds Director of Sports Science Michael Whiteman as he discusses truths and misconceptions ...


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 2016-11-18  1h23m