From knick-knacks for your desk, to giving people new arms, 3D printing is changing the way we think about making things. Anything in our imagination can now be made, in home, with it. I talk about this and the different method of 3D printing in my latest podcast.
When you think about Star Wars, hyperdrives and parsecs are probably what you think of. Could the way Star Wars ships move be real? Find out more as I talk about ion propulsion and Star Wars in honor of Star Wars week.
Satellites are often thought to be large and needing millions of dollars to be built. But, can citizen science change that notion with CubeSats? Join me as I discusse the potential for using citizen scientists and CubeSats to increase research productivity.
To learn more about the Kepler satellite, listen to the project manager for Kepler, Roger Hunter, when he came to the Athens Science Café here.
The loss of limbs, sight, and control of body can lead to a dramatic decrease in the quality of life.
But, an emerging field may offer the solutions needed to fix these problems. Join Graham Grable as he discusses some of the emerging technologies from Bionics.
On this third and final podcast on nanotechnology, invisibility just might be real. Join me as I explore the optical wonders of metamaterials. Be sure to check Parts One and Two.
Nanotechnology is rapidly growing field that is proving that very tiny things can have a huge impact. With this podcast, we talk about the impact Carbon Nanotubes can have on our society, and why they are being so heavily researched. Be sure to listen to Part One about Graphene.
You hear about nanotechnology on the radio and television, but what is it? Learn about this and one of the most promising pieces of nanotechnology, graphene, with this podcast hosted by Graham Grable.
With climate change research growing, what type of efforts are being made to cut back our emissions from power plants? Well, there are some pretty cool ideas being formed right now. Take a listen!
My first podcast has been posted to the Athens Science Café website! In it, I discuss how the modern hybrid has transformed into a vehicle of high speed and high fuel efficiency. Click the link below to go straight to it. Feel free to browse the other offerings of the Athens Science Café.
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