Science Questions

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Science Questions is a weekly program exploring new technologies and advances in science. SQ seeks to answer our curiosities about the technology all around us. Topics range from health and medical, racing, genetics, flight, and much more.

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http://www.sqradio.org/
Description
Science Questions is a weekly program exploring new technologies and advances in science. SQ seeks to answer our curiosities about the technology all around us. Topics range from health and medical, racing, genetics, flight, and much more.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-10-16 16:20
last episode published
2012-01-06 05:00
publication frequency
7.98 days
Contributors
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author   owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
80
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Categories
Technology Science & Medicine Health

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
6.01.2012

Science Questions 1/06

Science Questions profiles the Civilian Conservation Corp and its impact on how we manage our public lands today.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
6.01.2012

Science Questions 12/16

Science Questions tells tales through words and song about ducks hitching rides on cars, a town plagued by hundreds of small earthquakes, and songbirds dwindling away in a small town...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
9.12.2011

Science Questions 12/09

Science Questions profiles a new health movement that advocates eating like a caveman -- only plant and animal protein, excluding all dairy products, grains, and anything processed. It's called the paleo diet and it has plenty of followers and critics.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
2.12.2011

Science Questions 12/02

Science Questions explores the Great Salt Lake ecosystem -- the organisms, the colors, the smells and the pollution that make it so unique.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
18.11.2011

Science Questions 11/18

Science Questions examines avalanche danger in Utah and addresses what you should know to stay safe whether you are at a ski resort or in the backcountry.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
11.11.2011

Science Questions 11/11

Science Questions presents a Stanford University study recently featured in Scientific American about the urgency to change our energy system to one completely based on wind, water and solar energy. We also take a look at Governor Herbert's energy plan...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
21.10.2011

Science Questions 10/21

cience Questions explores the evolution of conservation in America from the 1930s Civilian Conservatin Corp to the modern day Americorp, which is under threat of being cut by congress.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
14.10.2011

Science Questions 10/14

Science Questions highlights another USTAR project at Utah State University where engineers are transforming our buklding lighting systems through advanced computer software programming that can read and interpret our lighting desires.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
10.10.2011

Science Questions 10/07

Science Questios profiles a project at the Energy Dynamics Lab at Utah State University where they are working to electrify the nation's highway system.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
30.09.2011

Science Questions 9/29

Science Questions reviews climate change research with Utah geophysicist David Chapman, who drills holes deep into the Earth's crust measuring its elevating temperature.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
23.09.2011

Science Questions 9/23

Matt Might started as a teenage hacker and is now building an inpenetrable computer system for the military. Science Questions talks to Might today about the growing need for better internet security.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
16.09.2011

Science Questions 9/16

Science Questions presents the conclusion of Adolescent Recovery: It Takes a Community -- the three-part series about teenage drug addiction and recovery schools, where teens get treated for their addictions while also getting a good education. The pro...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
9.09.2011

Science Questions 9/09

Rocket launches and prescription drug abuse in Utah, today, September 9, 2011, on Science Questions from Utah Public Radio.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
2.09.2011

Science Questions 9/02

Science Questions presents Part 1 of the series, Adolescent Recovery: It Takes a Community.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
25.08.2011

Science Questions 08/25

Science Questions explores the biology of aggression and how it might shape social reform in the future, as Part IV of SQ Radio's series on Epi-genetics.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
19.08.2011

Science Questions 08/19

Science Questions show for August 19, 2011
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
11.08.2011

Science Questions 08/11

Science Questions presents part 3 of their ongoing series on the emerging field of epi-genetics. It has received sparse media attention even though it has been around since the 1970s. Now, scientists are realizing it has the potential to explain a lot...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
5.08.2011

Science Questions 08/05

Science Questions explores the application of a growing research field called epi-genetics to the field of psychology. Christopher bad-cock, reader in sociology in the London school of economics, is a sociologist and social anthropologist who studies n...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
29.07.2011

Science Questions 07/29

Science Questions heads to the Goshute mountain range in Nevada where Salt Lake City teens camped out to witness and study one of the largest raptor migrations paths in the U.S. and Canada. Not only did they have fun learning about the birds, they als...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
22.07.2011

Science Questions 07/22

Sixty glider pilots from across the U.S. are competing this month in the national and regional soaring competition in Logan, Utah. Science Questions explores this air sport where pilots fly unpowered sailplanes and race each other in the sky.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
15.07.2011

Science Questions 07/15

Coyotes are ubiquitous and have been categorized in many ways: the clown, the hero, the fool, the sacred one. They are both mythologized and persecuted, respected, and hated. Coyotes are the most abundant predator in North America. Tracking the coyote...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
8.07.2011

Science Questions 07/08

It is racing season and Science Questions profiles the most innovative car race in the nation, the American Le Mans series. The next generation of cars is often based on the super high tech race cars engineered for this green racing series.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
1.07.2011

Science Questions 07/01

Science Questions explores what is called pathological altruism and how it might explain a complex murder mystery in Utah.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
24.06.2011

Science Questions 06/24

Science Questions describes the fate of the iconic amur (pronouned ah-mer) tiger and the heart-stopping tale of one tiger's revenge in Siberia.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
17.06.2011

Science Questions 06/17

Over 1,000 heart transplants have been performed in Utah to date. Science Questions reviews Utah's heart history and introduces Victor Pardini, who received a new heart that saved his life.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
10.06.2011

Science Questions 06/10

Science questions explores a future of electric cars powered by an electric road system across America.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
3.06.2011

Science Questions 06/03

Science Questions takes a look at the largest known organism on earth known as Pando, a single organism living in central Utah, that some scientists say could also be the world's oldest living thing.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
27.05.2011

Science Questions 05/27

Science Questions profiles geologist Lonnie Thompson and his quest to collect ice cores from the world's glaciers.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
20.05.2011

Science Questions 05/20

Today SQradio presents a special one-hour broadcast about the 330 Days project– a book and documentary series by Christopher Durante and Julian Vanbellinghen about the war in Iraq from the perspective of the American soldiers and the contract workers s...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
13.05.2011

Science Questions 05/13

Science Questions explores industry's increasing role in education, and profiles a unique science education program where Utah high school students work for high tech companies.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
6.05.2011

Science Questions 05/06

Science Questions presents the first of a series on the emerging science field of epigenetics, and explores a new theory called the imprinted brain– how genes set the balance between autism and psychosis.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
29.04.2011

Science Questions 04/29

Science Questions reviews the recent Sony Playstation hacking incident affecting millions of people across the globe.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
22.04.2011

Science Questions 04/22

Today is earth day. It is observed now in more than 175 countries and by over 5 million people. SQ Radio presents Green Wall: a compilation of interviews with prominent scientists from the show to increase public awareness of detrimental environmenta...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
15.04.2011

Science Questions 04/15

Science Questions examines science education and features a North Logan high school team and their homemade robots Chomper and Nibbler.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
8.04.2011

Science Questions 04/08

Science Questions goes dark and examines the wonders of the night skies with astronomer Tyler Nordren.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
1.04.2011

Science Questions 04/01

Science Questions explores 3-D printing technology for the rapid development of cheaper rockets and small satellites.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
25.03.2011

Science Questions 03/25

Science Questions explores the volatile world of avalanches in Utah and how to predict them.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
18.03.2011

Science Questions 03/18

SQ Radio participates in brain awareness week with a special rebroadcast of It's All In the Mind– how drug addiction affects the brain and behavior.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
11.03.2011

Science Questions 03/11

Host Sheri Quinn has the latest Science Questions program.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
4.03.2011

Science Questions 03/04

Computer whiz Matt Might, professor of computer science at the University of Utah, discusses cyber crime and security and he reveals Utah's major role in the development of the Internet.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
25.02.2011

Science Questions 02/25

Science Questions explores some of the newest Utah-led research on personalized medicine for the treatment of heart disease and cancer.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
18.02.2011

Science Questions 02/18

Science Questions reports from the scene of the largest international gem, fossil, and mineral showcase in the world In Tucson, Arizona. The desert city serves as a center for cultural, commercial, and scientific exchange between collectors, academics,...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
11.02.2011

Science Questions 02/11

Science Questions profiles the work of NASA engineer and Univeristy of Idaho professor Ed Galindo, who has taken science education to new heights, in fact to the moon.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
4.02.2011

Science Questions 02/04

Science Questions continues its series about"STEM"--science, technology, education, and math--education, and looks at biotechnology programs at colleges across the country that are working to educate the workforce.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
28.01.2011

Science Questions 01/28

Today, Science Questions explores the films at the Sundance Film Festival that present science as the main theme and how it connects us to culture and technology.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
21.01.2011

Science Questions 01/21

Science Questions addresses the challenges of managing and healing human altered natural landscapes, and USU scientists join us to discuss current research at Utah State University on what is described so far as the earth's largest living organism, the...
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
14.01.2011

Science Questions 01/14

Science Questions explores what Salt Lake City is offering currently to drop outs and recovering addicts who need a place to finish high school. This is the conclusion of the SQradio series: Adolescent Recovery, It Takes a Community.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
7.01.2011

Science Questions 01/07

Science Questions explores the world of raptors with renowned Brittish ornithologist Ian Newton. He is presenting a talk at Westminster College in Salt Lake City this Saturday night about the seasonal flight patterns of birds of prey.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
10.12.2010

Science Questions 12/10

Science Questions explores the prescription drug abuse epidemic and youth addiction in part 2 of the series, Adolescent Recovery, It Takes a Community.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author
3.12.2010

Science Questions 12/03

Science questions explores the national substance abuse epidemic and the surge of recovery schools - voluntary, safe, and sober public schools for high school students recovering from addiction to continue their education.
Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery author