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Science on the Radio
Wednesday at 08:30p

"Science on the Radio" is a 90-second science information segment featuring Marvin Druger, retired chair of the Department of Science Teaching and professor of biology and science education at Syracuse University.

Latest Episodes
  • We use our hands each and every day for basic functions, but how much do we really know about how they work? Dr. Marvin Druger explains this week during Science on the Radio.
  • We've seen them numerous times on television commercials and movies, but how much do we really know about polar bears? This week on Science on the Radio,…
  • The next generation of wireless technology for cellular networks debuted in late 2019. 5G comes in a number of different speeds but all are a significant…
  • The journeys of Apollo 11, 12, 14, and 15 are all chronicled for their successful missions to the moon. But, as the Tom Hanks staring film Apollo 13…
  • Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin formed the American crew…
  • Though considered somewhat rare, Measles is a dangerous and extremely contagious disease that needs to be taken seriously. In early 2019 the disease…
  • Throughout casual conversation many of us might make the mistake of referencing a black hole as a segment of empty space. In fact, it is a great amount of…
  • It may not carry the same name recognition associated with trees like Pine, Elm, or Maple, but the Ash Tree is quite popular among landscapers or simply…
  • Each year there are numerous strides made in the scientific arena. 2018 specially, was an exceptional year for space exploration. And at a time when many…
  • When it comes to space many of us have a base knowledge about our solar system and the galaxy. But whether it's The Milky Way, blackholes or the chemical…