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1.04.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (April 01, 2017)

Organizing the natural world by color makes for some seriously satisfying photos - from Popular Science Fishes from Toxic Springs Reveal Evolution at the Limits - from Scientific American: Latest News Atomic Spins Evade Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle...
25.03.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (March 25, 2017)

Save hundreds on an expert education in full-stack development - from Popular Science Why Is the Ozone Hole Shrinking? - from Scientific American: Latest News Duet With Your Favorite Singers with this Waterproof Shower Speaker - from Popular Science
18.03.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (March 18, 2017)

Great news: Some bed bugs are really good at climbing - from Popular Science The Strange World of Nighttime Open-Ocean Diving [Slide Show] - from Scientific American: Latest News Netflix to launch simplified rating system to improve its suggestions - f...
14.03.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (March 14, 2017)

Five rad and random things I found this week - from Popular Science How Old Observations Are Building Hubble's Legacy - from Scientific American: Latest News Washable heartbeat sensors can now be embroidered onto clothing - from Popular Science
9.03.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (March 09, 2017)

The women of Popular Science are not working today - from Popular Science Mice as Conservationists? - from Scientific American: Latest News Slice and core potatoes and apples for 76 percent off? I'd buy it. - from Popular Science Elusive Beaked Whales ...
2.03.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (March 02, 2017)

Skin Cancer from Tanning Beds Costs $343 Million per Year - from Scientific American: Latest News Get Your STD Results in Minutes - from Scientific American: Latest News Watch Live Today: The James Webb Space Telescope Will Spark a New Era in Astronomy...
28.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 28, 2017)

Humans are responsible for the vast majority of wildfires in the U.S. - from Popular Science WHO Releases List of World's Most Dangerous Superbugs - from Scientific American: Latest News Giant Neuron Found Wrapped Around an Entire Mouse Brain - from Sc...
26.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 26, 2017)

This is what America looked like before the EPA cleaned it up - from Popular Science VX Nerve Agent in North Korean's Murder: How Does It Work? - from Scientific American: Latest News Attitude Toward Legal Pot Mellows in Parts of Latin America - from S...
24.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 24, 2017)

An adjustable coffee grinder for 81 percent off? I'd buy it. - from Popular Science Cat poop parasites don't actually make you psychotic - from Popular Science Gooooal! Bumblebees Learn to Play Soccer - from Discover Magazine
22.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 22, 2017)

Churchill the Astrobiologist? - from Scientific American: Latest News Paleo Profile: Mexico's Ancient Horned Face - from Scientific American: Latest News Oil Industry, in Court, Claims Ignorance about CO2 - from Scientific American: Latest News
18.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 18, 2017)

Facial Recognition Software: The Next Big Thing in Species Conservation? - from Discover Magazine Restore your deleted Spotify playlists - from Popular Science A quadcopter pocket drone 72 percent off? I'd buy it. - from Popular Science
17.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 17, 2017)

13 pet gifts fit for a champion at Westminster - from Popular Science U.S. science advisory committee supports genetic modification of human embryos - from Popular Science Remember that time Yosemite's firefall was actual fire? - from Popular Science
15.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 15, 2017)

To Boldly Go to the Nearest Star and the Distant Past - from Scientific American: Latest News 13 things for people who are always, always cold - from Popular Science When Earth Became a 'Mote of Dust' - from Discover Magazine
14.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 14, 2017)

These Microscopic Bots Could Swim through the Bloodstream to Deliver Drugs - from Scientific American: Latest News Yes, Scientists Need to Fight Back - from Scientific American: Latest News 'Popular Science' answers a question Strong Bad asked us 13 ye...
13.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 13, 2017)

Do Car Bans Actually Mitigate Air Pollution? - from Scientific American: Latest News Is There a Social Code for Snow Removal? - from Scientific American: Latest News The Trauma of Saving Animals - from Scientific American: Latest News Buzzkill: Will Am...
11.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 11, 2017)

Great Literature Is Surprisingly Arithmetic - from Scientific American: Latest News Why Do Our Memories Change? [Video] - from Scientific American: Latest News Here's what NASA's Europa lander could look like - from Popular Science Little Learners, Tru...
9.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 09, 2017)

Astronomers Identify a New Class of Black Holes - from Discover Magazine Is it too late for me to get a flu shot? - from Popular Science Carnivorous plants aren't as cool as you think - from Popular Science Dirty Doctors Finished What an Assassin's Bul...
8.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 08, 2017)

Snakes Use Their Tongues and Tails as Lures for Prey - from Discover Magazine Why Humans Prefer to Be the Center of the Universe - from Scientific American: Latest News Rocket problems may delay SpaceX's first crewed launches - from Popular Science You...
3.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 03, 2017)

Will Biden's Cancer Moonshot Survive the Trump Administration? - from Discover Magazine "Escape Room" Game Challenges Physics-Phobes to Face Their Fear - from Scientific American: Latest News Ceres' ice volcanoes might have oozed into oblivion - from P...
2.02.0017

Science News Podcast from Meep Personal News Radio (February 02, 2017)

Frogs use elastic tongues and reversible spit to catch prey - from Popular Science Three Candidates to Be Your New Personal Mascot - from Discover Magazine What can NASA's twin study results actually tell us? - from Popular Science You shouldn't feed p...
24.01.0017

01/24/17 Recapping Wearable Computer, Polychlorinated Biphenyl, Wearable Technology, Morse Code, Haptic Technology, Smartglasses, Human Computer Interaction, Rocketry, Somatosensory System, Google Glass

How to Learn Morse Code--Semiconsciously - from Scientific American: Latest News Polar Bear Cubs at High Risk from Toxic Industrial Chemicals, Despite Bans - from Scientific American: Latest News A private Chinese space company just scored a foreign co...
22.01.0017

01/22/17 Recapping Specimens Of Tyrannosaurus, Star Cluster, Dark Matter, Inflation Cosmology, Dinosaur, Milky Way, Tyrannosaurus, Star Formation, Big Bang, Dark Matter Halo

Cosmic Inflation Theory Faces Challenges - from Scientific American: Latest News Galactic Murder Mystery Solved by Gas Stripping - from Scientific American: Latest News It's a Girl! Special T. rex Was an Expectant Mother - from Scientific American: Lat...
20.01.0017

01/20/17 Recapping Scientific American, Nuclear Energy, Robotics, Bacteriophage, Democratic Party United States, Nuclear Physics, Robotics Projects, Medical Imaging, Virus Latency, Republican Party United States

Do You Speak Virus? Phages Caught Sending Chemical Messages - from Scientific American: Latest News Watch a giant robot use 8-foot-long knives to chop veggies - from Popular Science Cutting Greenhouse Gases Would Help Trump Achieve His Economic Goals -...
18.01.0017

01/18/17 Recapping Wind Wave, Asexual Reproduction, Urine, Biological Interactions, Jaxa, Reproduction, Urinary Tract Infection, Akatsuki Spacecraft, Parthenogenesis, Wind

Hey look, Venus is smiling - from Popular Science A female shark had a bunch of babies without male contact - from Popular Science Is urine actually sterile? - from Popular Science
11.01.0017

01/11/17 Recapping Hubble Space Telescope, Voyager 2, Human Microbiota, Hunger Motivational State, Interstellar Travel, Hiv, Tw Hydrae, Naval Warfare, Ships, Microbiota

Vast Shadow Sweeps Across Young Exoplanetary System - from Scientific American: Latest News In the Brain, Binge-Drinking and Binge-Eating May Go Hand in Hand - from Discover Magazine Certain kinds of vaginal bacteria can actually boost HIV risk - from ...
10.01.0017

01/10/17 Recapping Codependency, Psychiatric Diagnosis, Psychiatric Diseases And Disorders, Lightning, Truck, Bird, Psychological Schools, Emotions, Personal Development, Popular Psychology

Yes, We Can Get Power from Lightning--but It's Probably Not Worth It [Podcast] - from Scientific American: Latest News Is Your Relationship Codependant? And What Exactly Does That Mean? - from Scientific American: Latest News Experience with Traffic Ma...
7.01.0017

01/07/17 Recapping Peanut Allergy, International Space Station, Bird Migration, Venus, Cuisine, Human Spaceflight Programs, Psychiatric Diagnosis, Space Stations, Food Allergy, Space Programs

Spacewalk: Watch a record-breaking female astronaut change some space batteries - from Popular Science Climate Change Might Make Birds Might Mistime Their Migrations - from Scientific American: Latest News Birth Control and Depression: What You Need to...
5.01.0017

01/05/17 Recapping Pyridoxine Doxylamine, Dextromethorphan, Cough Medicine, Sea Surface Temperature, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, Social Aspects Of Psychoactive Drugs, Global Warming, Morning Sickness, Drug Overdose, Medical Research

New Study Raises Concerns About Morning Sickness Drug - from Scientific American: Latest News No Pause in Ocean Warming - from Scientific American: Latest News New Law Bans Sale Of Specific Cough Medicine To Minors - from The Huffington Post
4.01.0017

01/04/17 Recapping Goddard Space Flight Center, Human Brain, Plant, Neuron, Telescope, Eye, Connectome, Cubesat, Visual Perception, Unmanned Spacecraft

Veggies with Vision: Do Plants See the World around Them? - from Scientific American: Latest News NASA Plans to Build a Gigantic Space Telescope from 2 Tiny CubeSats - from Scientific American: Latest News How Do Connectomes Contribute to Human Cogniti...
31.12.0016

12/31/16 Recapping Firearms, Bariatric Surgery, Weight Loss, Luminosity, Projectile Weapons, Weapons, Diabetes Mellitus, Gastric Bypass Surgery, Cosmic Distance Ladder, Synchronization Gear

Vera Rubin's Numbers - from Scientific American: Latest News Technical Fix Makes a Fighter Airplane, 1916 - from Scientific American: Latest News Common Weight Loss Surgery Linked To Lasting Digestive Issues - from The Huffington Post
24.12.0016

12/24/16 Recapping Coastal And Oceanic Landforms, Seabed, Physical Oceanography, Obesity, Drugs Acting On The Nervous System, Sleep, Opioids, Heroin, Gastrointestinal Tract, Analgesics

The Terrifying Way Not Sleeping Enough Actually Changes Your Gut - from The Huffington Post Deaths from Fentanyl Overdoses Double In A Single Year - from The Huffington Post This geophysicist uses rock-sniffing subs to understand polar magnetic flips -...
22.12.0016

12/22/16 Recapping Happiness, Well Being, Pregnancy, Botany, Quality Of Life, Hunter Gatherer, Plant, Plants, Social Psychology, Grey Matter

We've been grinding up plants to eat for over 10,000 years - from Popular Science There's Finally Scientific Evidence That People Who Enjoy Life Live Longer - from The Huffington Post Pregnancy actually re-wires your brain - from Popular Science
17.12.0016

12/17/16 Recapping Human Life Stages, Vaccination, Pediatrics, Mantle Geology, Diamond, Virology, Vaccine, Adolescence, Virus, Psychological Trauma

NASA Science Chief: "I Have No Worries about the Resilience of This Country" - from Scientific American: Latest News Why Risky Behavior Declines With Age - from The Huffington Post Strange giant diamonds give hints to the inner Earth's composition - fr...
16.12.0016

12/16/16 Recapping Substance Abuse, Mental Disorder, Earth Phenomena, Substance Dependence, Social Stigma, Computer Hardware, Vortices, Oceans, Mobile Computers, Natural Disasters

Rural Opioid Use Is Driving A Spike In Babies Born With Drug Addiction - from The Huffington Post What is the polar vortex (and why is it happening again)? - from Popular Science Study Shows Taking Mental Health Medication Is Incredibly Common - from T...
12.11.0016

11/12/16 Recapping Self Awareness, Sarah Fecht, Olfaction, Metaphysics Of Mind, Metaphysics, Dog, Human, Sense, Neuropsychological Assessment, Self Knowledge Psychology

Wireless brain implants are helping paralyzed monkeys walk again - from Popular Science The ill-fated Beagle 2 may have actually landed on Mars in 2003 - from Popular Science Should we be worried about SpaceX's plan to fuel the Falcon 9 with astronauts...
10.11.0016

11/10/16 Recapping Andrew Joseph, Rebecca Boyle, Erin Schumaker

Assisted suicide is now legal in Colorado, thanks to overwhelming voter support - from Popular Science Florida Keys Voters Split on Genetically Modified Mosquito Trial - from Scientific American: Latest News How Little-Known Tax Laws Could Drive Down O...
9.11.0016

11/09/16 Recapping Inspiration, Sarah Digiulio, Michael Koziol, Brigitte Osterath

Illegal Ivory Mostly from Recent Elephant Killings - from Scientific American: Latest News Juno Is Still Stuck In The Wrong Orbit Around Jupiter - from Popular Science 3 Ways Daylight Saving Time Affects Your Health - from The Huffington Post
4.11.0016

11/04/16 Recapping Fossil Fuel, Geophysics, Hubble Space Telescope, Food And Drink Preparation, Solid Mechanics, Cooking, Achievement Gap In The United States, Risk Management, Sewage Treatment, Geological Hazards

If We Celebrated Thanksgiving in July, Would We Gain Less Weight? - from The Huffington Post After 20 Years, NASA Finally Finished Building The James Webb Space Telescope - from Popular Science It's Official: Three-Toed Sloths Are the Slowest Mammals o...
2.11.0016

11/02/16 Recapping Hygiene Hypothesis, Private Spaceflight Companies, Space Industry, Virgin Galactic, Autoimmunity, Asthma, Spaceshiptwo, Inflammation, Sugar, Aerospace Companies

Greenhouse Gases Made West Coast Drought Worse - from Scientific American: Latest News Yes, It's Possible To Have A 'Sugar Hangover' - from The Huffington Post Elephant Footprints Teem with Life - from Scientific American: Latest News Bloodsucking Hook...
28.10.0016

10/28/16 Recapping Psychiatric Diseases And Disorders, Management Of Hiv Aids, Russia, Genome Editing, Beijing, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Alcohol And Health, Genome, Major Depressive Disorder, Mutation

Women Are Catching Up To Men's Drinking Habits - from The Huffington Post Antidepressants in Pregnancy Tied to Health Risks For Kids - from Scientific American: Latest News Most Missions To Mars Don't Survive - from Popular Science China's Army Hosts A...
25.10.0016

10/25/16 Recapping Branches Of Botany, Tumors Of The Hematopoietic And Lymphoid Tissues, Photosynthesis, Hematopoietic Stem Cell, Methods Of Detecting Exoplanets, Plants, Acid, Neptune, Bone Marrow, Red Dwarf

Iridescent Leaves Take Advantage Of Quantum Mechanics To Thrive In The Shade - from Popular Science Kepler Finds Scores of Planets Around Cool Dwarf Stars - from Scientific American: Latest News Could Diet Change Help Treat Blood Cancer or Transplant P...
20.10.0016

10/20/16 Recapping Republican Party United States, Politics Of The United States, American Politicians, Hillary Clinton, President Of The United States, Executive Branch Of The United States Government, Democratic Party United States, American Political P

Why Some Scientists Support Donald Trump - from Scientific American: Latest News Nanospikes Convert Carbon Dioxide Back Into Ethanol - from Discover Magazine A Speech Recognition System Has Reached Human Parity - from Popular Science We Don't Know If T...
19.10.0016

10/19/16 Recapping Fruit, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Immunity Medical, Crops, Gastric Bypass Surgery, Molecule, Agronomy, Human, Epidemiology, Vegetarian Cuisine

Weight-Loss Surgery Alters the Brain - from Scientific American: Latest News Turns Out Pumpkins Are Actually A Fruit, And Humans Know Nothing - from The Huffington Post The Sinister Way Staph Avoids Arrest During Infection - from Popular Science
18.10.0016

10/18/16 Recapping Chemical Substances, Energy Production, Fuels, Gas, Energy Technology, Gases, Jiuquan, Skin, Mining, Shenzhou Program

Monkeys Can Think about Thinking, Too - from Scientific American: Latest News Nanotech Wafer Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Ethanol - from Popular Science Healthy Baby Mice Produced from Mouse Mom's Skin Cells - from Scientific American: Latest News China l...
15.10.0016

10/15/16 Recapping Tablet Pharmacy, Stem Fields, Epinephrine, Epinephrine Autoinjector, Mylan, Anaphylaxis, Injection Medicine, Allergy, Medicinal Chemistry, Mathematics

S.A.R.A. Seeks To Give Artificial Intelligence People Skills - from Popular Science Forget The EpiPen-It's Time For An Epi-Pill - from Popular Science What To Do About America's STEM Education Gap - from Scientific American: Latest News
14.10.0016

10/14/16 Recapping Vegetable, Siberia, Russia, Efficient Energy Use, Screening Medicine, Coal, Oncology, Hydroponics, Wildfire, Meteorite

What Women Need To Know About Mammograms And Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis - from The Huffington Post We Could Be The Last Car-Owning Generation, Says Transportation Secretary Foxx - from Popular Science Progress: U.S. Carbon Emissions Decline - from Sci...
12.10.0016

10/12/16 Recapping Surveillance, Tradition, Vk Social Networking, Myelin, Academic Certificate, Protein, Storm Surge, Evolution, Undergraduate Education, Flood

South Africa Plans Massive Health Study - from Scientific American: Latest News Software That Identifies Any Passing Face Is Ready For Market - from Popular Science If You Science It, They Will Come - from The Huffington Post Why Engaging More First Ge...
8.10.0016

10/08/16 Recapping Bacteria, Wind, International Civil Aviation Organization, United Nations, Cosmic Ray, Radioactive Decay, Sunlight, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, Life, Haiti

NASA Sent A Drone Out To Track Hurricane Matthew - from Popular Science Maybe Alien Life Runs On Cosmic Rays Instead Of Sunlight - from Popular Science Aviation Is First Global Industry to Limit Carbon Emissions - from Scientific American: Latest News
7.10.0016

10/07/16 Recapping Geophysics, Solid Mechanics, Opioid, Risk Management, Saffir Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, Geological Hazards, Seismology, Mitragyna Speciosa, Earthquakes, Kennedy Space Center

Hurricane Matthew Forces Closure of Kennedy Space Center - from Scientific American: Latest News DEA May Reconsider its Ban on Herbal Painkiller Kratom - from Scientific American: Latest News Is California About to be Destroyed by a Killer Quake? - fro...
6.10.0016

10/06/16 Recapping Computer, Machine, Electrical Engineering, Museum, Nobel Prize In Chemistry, Sense, Kyoto Protocol, Molecule, Documentary Film, Paris

The Paris Climate Agreement Is Now Official - from The Huffington Post Shame on the Smithsonian Institution - from The Huffington Post Teenage Scientist Captures Arctic Ice Melt on Film - from Popular Science STEM Education Is Vital--but Not at the Exp...