Science can land humans on the moon, help us better understand long term climate trends, shed light on how to fight diseases, and it can even answer age old questions like…who’s smarter, dogs or cats? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
Join us at the Community Idea Stations Friday, February 9, 2018 for an evening of film which explores endangered species and the photographers, filmmakers and researchers working to save them.
They are the most enigmatic, mysterious, and exotic objects in the universe: black holes. They’re also the most powerful; their gravity is so strong it can actually capture light.
Happy new year science fans! The science industry has a lot of great things in the works year-round. While we may take a moment to celebrate a new start and a new year, many teams of researchers and scientists are still continuing on the work they began long before the champagne toasts around midnight for New Year’s Eve. With that said, let’s ponder on a few things that scientists are excited to check out in the coming year.
2017 was a huge year for news here on Earth, but astronomers spent the better portion of the year getting pumped about some astronomical firsts that happened in space! As the year comes to a close let’s explore some of the big astronomical firsts in 2017 by asking today’s big question: What did astronomers work on in 2017? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.