Science

U.S. Cyber Security

April 2, 2009

Tens of millions of personal computers may be infected by the �conflicker� virus. President Obama recently ordered a review all government cyber-security initiatives. The latest on threats to military, government, civilian...

The State of the U. S. Military

March 19, 2009

On the sixth anniversary of the Iraq invasion, a look at how the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are affecting the state of the U.S. military -- its troop levels, funding, and the role of technology in how wars are fought.

The State of the Newspaper Industry

March 11, 2009

The third largest newspaper chain in the U.S. is slashing sixteen-hundred jobs, while an increasing number of newspapers are closing or moving online. The state of the news industry, whether newspapers are necessary, and how you may get...

Ben Sherwood "The Survivors Club" (Grand Central) (Rebroadcast)

February 1, 2009

Every second of the day, someone in America faces a crisis, whether an accident, crime, illness, or financial trouble. Some bounce back, others just give up. A journalist reveals the science and secrets of survivors and how to thrive in...

Ben Sherwood "The Survivors Club" (Grand Central)

January 29, 2009

Every second of the day, someone in America faces a crisis, whether an accident, crime, illness, or financial trouble. Some bounce back, others just give up. A journalist reveals the science and secrets of survivors and how to thrive in...

New Auto Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Standards

January 27, 2009

President Obama reconsiders tighter auto emission and fuel standards rejected by the Bush administration. What these standards could mean for air quality, fuel efficiency and the troubled U.S. auto industry.

Naomi Baron: "Always On" (Oxford) (Rebroadcast)

January 20, 2009

A look at how mobile and on-line communication - from youtube and myspace to cell phones and text-messaging - is changing our language.

Doris Teichler Zallen: "To Test or Not to Test" (Rutgers)

January 8, 2009

A discussion of the medical, ethical, and psychological concerns raised by genetic testing.

Patricia McConnell: "Tales of Two Species" (Dogwise)

December 17, 2008

The nationally recognized animal behaviorist presents the latest thinking about the behavior of people and dogs and the relationship between her two favorite species.

New Approaches to Treating Cancer

November 4, 2008

New genetic findings now offer the possibility of a personalized approach to diagnosing and treating the disease. Diane and Dr. Bernadine Healy discuss the latest developments in the war on cancer.

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