Science Beyond the Classroom podcast
Från Alex Epperson
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Science Beyond the Classroom is a podcast that features scientists from a variety of disciplines. These scientists share their experiments and research.
||CleanBaboons and their Social Behavior!||How do baboons communicate with each other? UNL Anthropology professor, Shimelis Beyene studied the biology and social behavior of two different types of baboons. He found that by observing behavior, there were ways to tell a baboon's rank in societ||24/5/2012||Gratis||Visa i iTunes|
||CleanFossils of the World's Largest Snake - TITANOBOA||How do paleontologists study fossils? What can fossils tell us about earth's past climates? What went into the creation of the Smithsonian Channel's documentary Titanoboa: Monster Snake? Titanoboa is the world's largest snake, it would have been 48 f||26/4/2012||Gratis||Visa i iTunes|
||CleanScience Education Outreach -- How is it done?||What all goes into the educational exhibits at museums? What are some innovative ways science is being presented through media? Dr. Judy Diamond, Professor and Curator for Informal Science Education, shows how a wide audience can engage in science through||12/4/2012||Gratis||Visa i iTunes|
||CleanHow is Political Temperment Determined?||Could biological factors influence whether we are liberal or conservative in our views? What can cognition - or, the way the brain processes information tell us about our behavior? What is the gaze-cueing effect? Cognitive Psychologist Dr. Mike Dodd had a||22/3/2012||Gratis||Visa i iTunes|
||CleanWhat do Rural Sociologists do?||What do rural sociologists do? What makes people decide to move from a big city to a small town, or vice versa. How do migration patterns affect the economy? Dr. Randolph Cantrell answers these questions, and more.||8/3/2012||Gratis||Visa i iTunes|