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Episode 71: Why Do Teeth Decay?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Emily Swanson, DMD Dr. Emily Swanson is a native of Newnan, GA. She attended undergrad at Georgia Tech where she earned a BS in Biology. Dr. Swanson earned her DMD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is an active member of the American Dental...

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Episode 70: Why Do Science Experiments Travel by Balloon instead of by Jet?

Meet the Expert: Norman Black, Retired Air Force Colonel and Payload Integrator Norman Black is a seasoned and tested space systems professional with over 25 years of highly specialized technical expertise and documented success in space and satellite operations for the military and civil agencies (NASA and the National Reconnaissance...

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Episode 69: Where are the Aliens?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Ryan MacDonald, theoretical physicist   Dr. Ryan MacDonald is a theoretical astrophysicist researching exoplanet atmospheres at Cornell University’s Carl Sagan Institute. He develops techniques to characterize the atmospheres of these distant worlds using ground and space-based telescopes. Dr. MacDonald is currently working on modeling exoplanet atmospheres...

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Episode 68: Can You Predict Which Animals Will Survive Environmental Change?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Katie Lotterhos, Marine biologist and ecologist Dr. Katie Lotterhos is an Associate Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences at Northeastern University. She received her B.A. in Physics from Binghamton University in Physics, but late in her degree discovered her love for the ocean through trips with...

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Episode 67: What Can Ancient Rhinos Tell Us About the Midwest?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Alison Pearce Stevens, biologist and children’s author Alison Pearce Stevens has been chased by a trumpeter swan, bitten by a bronze-winged duck, and served as a climbing wall for geckos and baby bats. She used to be a beekeeper and still thinks pollinators are some of...

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Episode 66: How Do You Meet the Moths that are in Your Neighborhood?

Meet the Expert:  Dr. Loree Griff Burns  scientist/children’s author Loree writes true stories for curious people of all ages and she believes deeply in the twin joys of following one’s passion and finding one’s voice. Her books for children have won many accolades, including American Library Association Notable designations, a...

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Episode 50

How Do You Have a Snowball Fight on Mars? 

Suzanne Slade, Mechanical Engineer and Children’s author 


Episode 51

How Do We Feel Things? 

Dr. Theanne Griffith, Neuroscientist and Children’s Author


Episode 52

How Can Fossils Make Our Cars Go? 

Maria Marianayagam, Chemical Engineer in the Oil and Gas Field 

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