-- (SciFri) Nematodes are microscopic worms that occupy nearly every habitat on earth. In an effort to get to know these creepy crawlers, Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia created Wormotels, to study thousands of worms at a time. - (WLIW) Since 1905 The Explorers Club, which promotes scientific exploration and field study has been holding annual dinners known for serving adventurous, exotic cuisine. One of the most talked about dinners was in 1951 when the club reportedly served Woolly Mammoth meat from Alaska. Since that dinner there has been much debate about the Woolly Mammoth main course. Scientist Jessica Glass of Yale University joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss that infamous meal. Could it have happened? Could there have been woolly mammoth meat? - (UNC) A joint degree program at two Universities in North Carolina allow students to merge arts and engineering to create innovative products. - (KLRN) A hospital, the shopping mall, or even your house just some of the indoor places people may soon be able to navigate with satellite maps. A company in San Antonio, Texas is working to perfect indoor navigation using the earth’s electromagnetic field.
Episode #416 / Length: 26 minutes
- Tuesday, February 20th at 6:30 PM on KLRU Q