Science Radio Cafe
Science Radio Cafe airs on Wednesday mornings at 8:30 Mountain Time on KUNM, Albuquerque Public Radio. It’s a show for everyone, nerds and non-nerds alike, where you can hear interviews with scientists and science writers about things that affect the rest of us—and things that are just incredibly interesting. We welcome your ideas, questions, and comments!
How are ordinary people getting involved in species conservation? Mary Ellen Hannibal talks about how big data meets grass roots participation.
Nina Lanza does. We talk about what Mars is like and whether there is, or has ever been, life there.
Journalist Laurence Gonzales tells stories about natural and man-made disasters, who survives, and why.
A conversation with computer scientists Ken Stanley about the value of exploration and serendipity…and the data backing it up.
Geomorphologist Cathy Wilson on thawing permafrost in the arctic.
Linguist John McWhorter on his book The Language Hoax: Why the World Looks the Same in Any Language