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Question Your World: Why is NASA Studying Virginia's Atmosphere?

Virginians may see something interesting in the air through out the month of May. That’s because NASA has a special plane conducting a survey right here in our home-state. This of course raises the obvious question why is NASA studying Virginia’s atmosphere? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

Question Your World: How Much Do We Really Know About Our Past?

In 2015 we focused in on human evolution story that had the science community totally puzzled. The discovery of a new species of hominid shook up our family tree and brought up more questions about our own past. After a few more years of work and research on this topic scientists now have some updates on this ancient family member of ours. These findings are causing even more questions and getting the science community even more worked up.

Question Your World:How Do Soft Drinks Impact the Brain?

Americans consumed nearly 11 million metric tons of sugar in 2016, a lot of that was due to the consumption of sweetened drinks and sodas. Scientists have been looking into the impacts of sugar on the human system for a while now, but in a recent study scientists asked a different but very important question: How do soft drinks impact the brain? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.

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