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Episode 96 - What's New in LEGO Mindstorms - 0 views

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    "LEGO Mindstorms with Caroline Hanson. As teacher and member of the LEGO Education Advisory Panel, Caroline routinely uses LEGOs to teach her enrichment courses in reading, math, academic competition, and STEM topics to students at Aspen Middle School in Aspen, Colorado. Catherine talks to us about her experience with LEGO Mindstorms in the classroom and gives us a preview of the new LEGO Mindstorms EV3."
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Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Radio Stories - 0 views

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    "Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ON THE AIR! Listen to stories about fascinating women working and learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields; and learn about programs and practices throughout the U.S. designed to broaden the participation of women in STEM."
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Skeptoid | Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena - 0 views

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    Skeptoid has been fighting the good fight against the overwhelming majority of noise in the media supporting useless alternative medicine systems, psychics preying upon the vulnerable, the erosion of science education in the classroom, xenophobia of advanced energy and food production methods, and generally anything that distracts attention and public funding from scientific advancement.
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About - 0 views

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    "Lab Out Loud is a podcast and blog that discusses science news and science education with leading scientists, researchers, science writers and other important figures in the field."
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NSTA :: Lab Out Loud Podcast - 0 views

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    "Science teachers Brian Bartel and Dale Basler discuss science news and science education with leading scientists, researchers, science writers, and other important figures in the field. A selection of links and notes accompanies each episode, enabling the listener to dig deeper into the topics discussed."
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PodOmatic | Podcast - Learning About Teaching Physics - 0 views

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    "we discuss the research on individual learning styles, and how science learning requires us to blend the visual and the verbal."
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New podcast: Learning About Teaching Physics - 0 views

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    "Learning About Teaching Physics, and our amazing local high school teacher Michael Fuchs is co-hosting it with me. "
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Lab Out Loud | Science for the classroom and beyond - 1 views

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    "Lab Out Loud is a podcast, hosted by two science teachers, that discusses science news and science education by interviewing leading scientists, researchers, science writers and other important figures in the field. "
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Physics 10 - Fall 2006: Physics for Future Presidents - Download free content from UC B... - 1 views

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    "Physics 10: Physics for Future Presidents - Fall 2006. The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Topics covered may vary and may include energy and conservation, radioactivity, nuclear physics, the Theory of Relativity, lasers, explosions, earthquakes, superconductors, and quantum physics."
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iTunes - Podcasts - - The Naked Scientists Podcast - Stripping Down Science by Naked Sc... - 3 views

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    "The Naked Scientists - interactive science, medicine and technology weekly live radio show with Cambridge University's Dr Chris Smith. We strip down science and lay the facts bare answering your science questions, interviewing top scientists and catching up with the latest top science news stories."
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Science Friday Archives: Two Scientists Walk Into A Bar - 0 views

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    "Two Scientists Walk Into A Bar Insert your joke here. Can jokes with a science twist be funny? And can they ever appeal to a mass audience? Host Ira Flatow and guests exchange jokes (and possibly some groans) as they discuss the challenges of making science funny, and whether having a sense of humor can help scientists communicate their work to the public."
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NASA - Do-It-Yourself Podcast - 0 views

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    "NASA's Do-It-Yourself Podcast activity sets the stage for students to host a show that features astronauts doing experiments on the International Space Station or NASA experts explaining scientific concepts. NASA provides a set of audio and video clips along with links to images and information about a STEM-related topic."
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Podcast: Lt. Rob Kurrle Jr., Blue Angel No. 4 - 0 views

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    "U.S. Navy Lt. Rob Kurrle Jr. took a few minutes to talk with AVweb's Mary Grady (on a windy ramp) about how the F/A-18 Hornet handles and how the Blue Angels pilots mitigate risks."
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Airplane Geeks - Episode 129 - David the AirlineReporter | Airplane Geeks Podcast - 0 views

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    David Parker Brown, the owner/founder of AirlineReporter.com, joins the Geeks to talk about the week's aviation news, look back on 2010, and predict the aviation future for 2011.
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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast #ucap219 - 0 views

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    General Aviation information and commentary including Light Sport with a Badge Palm Bay Police Paraglider Unit, Journalism Gem Australian article "plummets to a crash-landing", Bahama Bound U.S. Sport Pilots now allowed to fly in the Bahamas
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How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming - 0 views

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    The controversial "demotion" of Pluto was mainly the result of discoveries by a team of astronomers led by Michael Brown. In this talk, Dr. Brown will share the inside story of how he discovered "other Pluto's" out there beyond Neptune, including Eris, larger than Pluto,which he later named for the goddess of discord. Because, as he'll describe with his characteristic humor, its discovery resulted in a private and public controversy which led to the redefinition of what a planet is.
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ASP: The Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures Podcasts - 0 views

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    Speakers over the years have included Nobel-prize winners, members of the National Academy of Sciences, the first woman in history to discover a planet, an astrophysicist who is an award-winning science fiction writer, and many other well-known scientists explaining astronomical developments in everyday language.
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