There’s that indescribable moment right before two people kiss for the first time. This romantic gesture has been a part of our lives for a long time and continues to be the corner stone of emotionally charged experiences and has even been built into various traditions. In this act of romance people exchange comfort and intimacy, but that’s not all that’s exchanged when we kiss. So, what happens when we kiss? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
As years come and go we often look back and reflect on what’s happened that year. This year was an awesome one for science. Let’s look back at what science did in 2014. Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.
The concept of using mice for experiments is a pretty established aspect of scientific research. Mice are excellent examples of the mammalian systems and often times their bodies help us understand a lot about our own. So, why do we study mice brains? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
Why do we humans want to make things? What is it that drives us to create? Why do we build or paint or design something that is either beautiful or something that will make our lives better- or both? What do “Makers” know and do that could benefit us all? In this season of gift seeking and giving, I’d like to encourage you to join the Maker Movement.
In honor of National Computer Science Education Week we’d like to tell you about Charlottesville Business Innovation Council’s (CBIC) Tech Tour. This annual event takes place in October and engages middle and high school students in exploring technology companies in the area and encourages them to think about future careers.
On December 5, 2014, NASA launched the Orion spacecraft on an unmanned test flight. With a successful blast off and splash-down, many people are wondering what’s next for the Orion spacecraft? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.
Join the largest learning event in history during the week of December 8-14th. Next week is National Computer Science Education week and is a special time for an Hour of Code, a global movement aspiring to expose 100 million students to computer science and coding.