SNaQ

Science News and Qs, a Carnegie Science Center Podcast. Hosts Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe talk about science headlines, delve deeper into cool science topics and answer listener submitted science questions with a fun, Carnegie Science Center style. Submit science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org, or call in to 412-237-3327.

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This week, we talk about that universal burning question behind one of the most popular legends... IS there real proof of the yeti?? (Spoiler alert: the answer is still no.) But the "proof" may surpr...
December 5, 2017
This week, we feature special guest host Jeffery Inscho. Along with running the Innovation Studio for the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Jeffery is the cohost of the awesome MuseoPunks podcast. Also,...
November 21, 2017
This miniature version of the show features an interview with NASA scientist Dr. Scott Edgington and features his research on Saturn and its icy moon Enceladus using the legendary Cassini spacecraft. ...
November 14, 2017
This week, we celebrate the extraordinary longevity of NASAs Opportunity rover, interview YouTube sensation Nile Red, and much much more! Check out incredible chemistry videos from Nile Red on YouT...
November 7, 2017
This week, we get spooky with it. We visit chilling science from ancient lunar volcanism and spectral bats to the science of fear featuring a special guest from world famous haunt, the Scarehouse!  ...
October 17, 2017
  This week, we geek out (even more than normal) as we learn about sleepy jellyfish, Australian astronauts, and let our imaginations run wild with science fiction. As always, send science questions t...
October 3, 2017
This week we talk about some very good dogs that vote, the latest Soyuz launch to the International Space Station, and take a field trip to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to check out their in...
September 19, 2017
Ralph and Charissa discuss a new species of frog, harmonic surprise, gene therapy, and dive into the fantastic Cassini space probe as it nears the end of its historic mission to Saturn.   Send scienc...
September 5, 2017
Ralph and Charissa dive into fish facial recognition, birthday cake bacteria, methane-eating microbes in Antarctica, and the importance of the human microbiome as demonstrated by baby poop.    Send...
August 15, 2017
Ralph and Charissa discuss findings in physics, colorful dragonfly wings, why dogs sniff each others' butts, and the Great American Eclipse that will be taking place all across the country on August 2...
August 1, 2017

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