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The Buzz in Bloomington

5/29/2018
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How is one young entrepreneur harvesting data and honey from beehives to better protect these vital pollinators?

Duration:00:04:42

Dig Indy!

5/16/2018
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How are civil engineers eliminating Indianapolis's sewage overflow problem and what effect will it have on the White River?

Duration:00:06:16

The Marie Curie Effect

5/1/2018
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What happened when a modern-day Hoosier archaeologist uncovered evidence of a long-overlooked woman’s contributions to the field?

Duration:00:07:33

Rome Wasn’t Built (in 3D) in a Day

4/17/2018
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How is one Hoosier professor bringing the ancient world to life with the most cutting edge technology available?

Duration:00:05:20

The Creatures of Goose Pond

4/3/2018
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Where do whooping cranes, shorebirds, and Hoosier scientist and educator George Sly converge?

Duration:00:06:37

Pike County Physicist

3/21/2018
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How did a farm girl from Hazleton, IN use her small town Hoosier values when she became a world-class scientist and educator?

Duration:00:06:02

The Battle Against Addiction

2/27/2018
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Who are the Hoosiers taking action against opioids in Indiana?

Duration:00:06:44

The Reverend and Red Blood Cells

2/20/2018
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How did a beloved Catholic monk and civil rights activist help Indiana become a leader in the treatment of a rare blood disorder?

Duration:00:08:42

Ag, Bio, Sciences, Oh My!

11/28/2017
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How is one organization's commitment to collaboration across industries change the way Hoosiers solve big problems?

Duration:00:05:50

The Guinea Pigs of Notre Dame

10/17/2017
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Can you still be a path-breaking scientist even if you’re later proven wrong?

Duration:00:07:37

Bedrock of Hoosier Innovation

10/3/2017
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How did two Hoosiers, Judy and Dave Elliott, innovate in an industry that barely changed over hundreds of years?

Duration:00:04:48

Erich and the Wolves

9/4/2017
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Why did Dr. Erich Klinghammer bring wolves back to the Hoosier state? How has his work made an impact on Indiana and the world?

Duration:00:06:40

The Limberlost Swamp

8/22/2017
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How did an Indiana swamp influence one of the most famous Hoosier authors, Gene Stratton-Porter?

Duration:00:06:22

Season 2 begins August 22nd

7/27/2017
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We're going on a short break! In the meantime, tell a friend (or five) about us! Tales of Hoosier innovation begin again on August 22nd.

Duration:00:01:00

The Hoosier Mathematician

6/17/2017
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How did a boy from Evansville, Ind. grow up to become the nation’s first African American doctor of mathematics?

Duration:00:06:56

The Bacteria that Changed Cotton Farming

6/17/2017
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How did one Hoosier company use a naturally occurring bacteria to combat pests on cotton farms?

Duration:00:07:27

A Hubbub in Indiana

6/13/2017
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How did Indiana women in the sixties come together to convince lawmakers to pass a landmark piece of legislation to ban phosphates?

Duration:00:09:00

Hoosier Seeking Resilient Communities

6/6/2017
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What’s a resilient community and how are innovative nurses looking beyond medical solutions to solve health crises?

Duration:00:06:18

Better Than Penicillin

5/30/2017
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How did 500 pioneering women, like Ruth Gardiner from Indianapolis, save more than a million lives during World War II?

Duration:00:06:49

The Little Professor and the Big Race

5/23/2017
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What kinds of engineering and automotive innovations have originated at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway? This special episode of Quantum Leap Sound Bites is part of the festivities surrounding the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 28, 2017.

Duration:00:06:38