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Every scientist has an unique view of the Universe, and we look at those perspectives One Universe at a Time.

Every scientist has an unique view of the Universe, and we look at those perspectives One Universe at a Time.
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Rochester, New York

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Every scientist has an unique view of the Universe, and we look at those perspectives One Universe at a Time.

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English


Episodes

Citizen Science and Public Engagement

11/21/2015
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On our show today is Dr. Pamela Gay, astronomer, podcaster, and director of CosmoQuest. She's going to talk to us about the public engagement of science. The post Citizen Science and Public Engagement appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:29:58


The Circular Economy

11/14/2015
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What is the Circular Economy, and why does it matter? The post The Circular Economy appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:29:07


Sports Statistics

10/17/2015
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If you're a sports fan, you're probably familiar with the statistics of your favorite players. The post Sports Statistics appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:27:14


The Science of Online Dating

10/10/2015
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What are the pros and cons of online dating, and what does it say about us? The post The Science of Online Dating appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:35:51


The Mathematics of Networks

10/3/2015
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What are the mathematics of social networks. The post The Mathematics of Networks appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:36:22


The Physics of Biology

9/26/2015
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The physics of biology. The post The Physics of Biology appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:38:58


The Science of Communication and the Communication of Science

8/1/2015
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How do you communicate news? How you can science compete for attention in a world of diverse media? The post The Science of Communication and the Communication of Science appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:32:12


What Makes a Podcast/More About Pluto

7/25/2015
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What makes a podcast? Why is Pluto everyone's favorite planet? The post What Makes a Podcast/More About Pluto appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:49


Inside Out/Zone of Avoidance

7/11/2015
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Does Inside Out paint an accurate picture of the human mind? How does our location in the universe limit our view of it? The post Inside Out/Zone of Avoidance appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:30:44


Math as Science/Theory and Law

6/20/2015
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Is mathematics a science unto itself? What is the difference between a theory and a law? The post Math as Science/Theory and Law appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:57


The Power Grid/Quantum Physics

6/13/2015
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How will our power grid need to change to accommodate alternative energy? What is the Higgs boson? The post The Power Grid/Quantum Physics appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:57


Electric Cars/Rare Earth Elements

6/6/2015
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What is the environmental impact of electric cars? What are rare earth elements, and where can they be found in space? The post Electric Cars/Rare Earth Elements appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:57


Science Advocacy/Exoplanets

5/30/2015
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Why is science advocacy important? How are exoplanets discovered? The post Science Advocacy/Exoplanets appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:29:08


Biodiversity/Kepler’s Laws

5/23/2015
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What is biodiversity, and what is it's importance to humanity? What are Kepler's laws and how are they useful? The post Biodiversity/Kepler’s Laws appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:58


Quantum Computers/Physical Constants

5/16/2015
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What is a quantum computer and how does one work? What are the physical constants, and do they change over time? The post Quantum Computers/Physical Constants appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:27:06


Coffee Rings/Gravitational Waves

5/9/2015
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Why do coffee stains always form a ring? What are gravitational waves, and how can we detect them? The post Coffee Rings/Gravitational Waves appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:29:01


Molecular Evolution/Water in Space

5/2/2015
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What is molecular evolution, and what makes it controversial? How does water and organic material form in space? The post Molecular Evolution/Water in Space appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:57


Uncanny Valley/Black Holes

4/25/2015
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Why are human-looking dolls and robots sometimes creepy? Is there a black hole in the center of our galaxy? The post Uncanny Valley/Black Holes appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:30:00


Sociology of Love/Amateur Astronomy

4/18/2015
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How are our emotions driven by what society expects us to feel? How can amateur astronomers deepen their understanding of the night sky? The post Sociology of Love/Amateur Astronomy appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:28:58


Granular Materials/Fundamental Forces

4/11/2015
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What are granular materials, and how are they different from solids and liquids? What are the four fundamental forces of the Universe? The post Granular Materials/Fundamental Forces appeared first on One Universe at a Time.

Duration: 00:29:28

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