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Question Your World: What's the Future of Vision Correction?

A long time ago our natural limitations were addressed by using technology.  Stone weapons and fire revolutionized the way we live regardless of our natural limitations. Since then science has advanced a lot more and evolved our lives in the process. How about vision? What's the next step in correcting our visual limitations? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

Question Your World: Why Did Scientists Just Spend Four Months in Hawaii?

When we think about a trip to Hawaii we usually conjure up images of rest, relaxation, and recreation. Though millions of people flock to this tropical paradise every year vacation is not always the reason for the trip. So, why did scientists just spend four months in Hawaii? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

Ecology School Ignites Love of the James

Have you ever spent the night on an island in the middle of the James River? Have you ever kissed a fish? Or have you ever cared enough about the water in the James River to conduct water quality tests and make changes in your daily life? I’d like to introduce you to Micah, Jacob and Carlos - several students from All Saints Catholic School who recently accomplished all of these things.

Question Your World: Can We Make Soft Robots?

A long time ago the notion of a robot was usually surrounded by sheer fiction and fantasy, then slowly we started to see robots in their early bulky shapes, and after many decades of technological growth we currently have highly accurate and durable robots that are commonly used in a myriad of industries. So, what's the next generation of robots going to be like? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

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