Big Picture Science – Replace What Ails You: Ali Khademhosseini

July 28, 2014

Replace What Ails You – Ali Khademhosseini click to listen Part 5 of Replace What Ails You, featuring Ali Khademhosseini, bioengineer, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Woman’s Hospital, describing how human biological tissues can be reproduced with 3D printing technology. (TRT 10:40)

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Big Picture Science – Replace What Ails You: William Murphy

July 28, 2014

Replace What Ails You – William Murphy click to listen Part 4 of Replace What Ails You, featuring William Murphy, bioengineer and co-director of the Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, University of Wisconsin, Madison. (TRT 8:35)

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Big Picture Science – Replace What Ails You: Jose Carmena

July 28, 2014

Replace What Ails You – Jose Carmena click to listen Part 3 of Replace What Ails You, featuring Jose Carmena, neuroscientist and biomedical engineer at the University of California, Berkeley; co-director of the Berkeley-UCSF Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses. (TRT 6:09)

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Big Picture Science – Replace What Ails You: Ye Olde Prosthetics Shoppe

July 28, 2014

Replace What Ails You – Ye Olde Prosthetics Shoppe click to listen Part 2 of Replace What Ails You, featuring a look back at the early technology of prosthetics. (TRT 3:48)

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Big Picture Science – Replace What Ails You: Thomas Goetz

July 28, 2014

Replace What Ails You – Thomas Goetz click to listen Part 1 of Replace What Ails You, featuring Thomas Goetz, author of The Remedy: Robert Koch, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the Quest to Cure Tuberculosis. (TRT 12:50)

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Big Picture Science – Stellar Job

July 19, 2014

Big Picture Science – Stellar Jobclick to listen! The stars are out tonight. And they do more than just twinkle. These boiling balls of hot plasma can tell us something about other celestial phenomena. They betray the hiding places of black holes, for one. But they can also fool us. Find out why one of […]

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Big Picture Science – Stellar Job: Anthony Zee

July 19, 2014

Stellar Job – Anthony Zee click to listen Part 4 of Stellar Job, featuring Anthony Zee, theoretical physicist at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, explaining how neutrinos could be used to cause stars to blink in patterns that would facilitate communication with civilizations on other worlds. (TRT […]

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Big Picture Science – Stellar Job: Nathalie Cabrol

July 19, 2014

Stellar Job – Nathalie Cabrol click to listen Part 3 of Stellar Job, featuring Nathalie Cabrol, planetary scientist, SETI Institute, describing how she discovered extremely high levels of ultraviolet radiation at the top of Lincancabur crater on the border between Chile and Bolivia, which is considered a Mars analog on Earth. (TRT 9:18)

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Big Picture Science – Stellar Job: Mike Joner

July 19, 2014

Stellar Job – Mike Joner click to listen Part 2 of Stellar Job, featuring Mike Joner, research professor of astronomy at Brigham Young University, describing the science of locating black holes. (TRT 4:33)

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Big Picture Science – Stellar Job: Paul Robertson

July 19, 2014

Stellar Job – Paul Robertson click to listen Part 1 of Stellar Job, featuring Paul Robertson, post doc fellow at Penn State Center for Exoplanets and Habitable Worlds, explaining how famed Earth-like exoplanet Gliese 581g likely does not exist. (TRT 8:47)

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