Science Questions

Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

We are SQRadio: two women who produce a weekly science radio show for public radio to promote science, technology and science education through stories that move listeners to action, laud innovators and redefine American heroes.

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Science Questions
4:55 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Meteorites, Trilobites, and More . . . at the Tuscon Gem & Mineral Show

Tuscon Gem & Mineral Society Poster

Science Questions profiles the largest international gem fair in the world in Tuscon, Arizona -- a bustling marketplace where meteorites, trilobites, and rare gems are showcased.

Science Questions
6:31 pm
Fri February 17, 2012

What's in Your School Lunch

For most of us, no matter how far removed, the words "Back to School" conjure up strong images. This week, Science Questions is going back to school and heralding two exceptional science teachers.

Science Questions
2:52 pm
Fri February 10, 2012

Singing about Einstein's Dreams

Science Questions presents a one-hour special today with Alan Lightman, author of Einstein's Dreams, musician Randall Williams, and a talented group of junior high students at Salt Lake Arts Academy who created songs, along with Williams, about time based on Lightman's book. Their journey offers a unique window into the power of hands-on education and the beauty of blending the arts and sciences.

Science Questions
3:18 pm
Fri February 3, 2012

The Biology of Aggression

Science Questions explores the biology of aggression and new research showing the social and physical environment has a lot of influence in sculpting our human genome.

Science Questions
4:24 pm
Fri January 27, 2012

"Extreme Ice Survey" Hits the Silver Screen

Today Science Questions presents a one-hour Sundance Film Festival special broadcast profiling one of the festival's documentary film highlights, Chasing Ice.

Photographer James Balog turned his 2007 National Geographic cover story about melting glaciers into a monumental five-year photography project about climate change. The documentary, directed by Jeff Orlowski, follows Balog's "extreme ice survey" -- an experiment that placed time-lapse cameras across three continents to capture massive ice melting and the effects of climate change.

Science Questions
3:00 pm
Fri January 20, 2012

Living with Fracking

Zack Pontious' artistic interpretation of a hydrofracking site.

Science Questions takes you into the lives of Pennsylvania residents who are personally being impacted by drilling for highly profitable natural gas and what scientists are saying about the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, gaining attention across the nation.

Science Questions
4:47 pm
Fri January 13, 2012

Fire: Science and Magic

Friday, January 13

Science Questions explores the intersection between science and magic through the lens of two storytellers who are enchanted by the ability of fire to transform nature.

Science Questions
1:32 pm
Fri January 6, 2012

What We Can Learn from the CCC

Science Questions profiles the Civilian Conservation Corp and its impact on how we manage our public lands today.

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