In science, two topics remain the most popular and fascinating things, space and dinosaurs. It's a good thing this piece is about both! The asteroid impact blamed for the great dino extinction is about to get studied in detail for the first time ever. This prompts today's big question. What do we really know about the Dino-killer? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.
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Dan Fellows, fleet manager of the Richmond Ambulance Authority (RAA), has won the national EMS10 Award for his innovative approach to using solar energy to supplement the electrical needs of ambulances. This award, presented at the 2016 EMS Today Conference by the Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS), recognizes 10 individuals who have contributed to EMS in an exceptional and innovative way.
When thinking about cities of the future we get images of tall skyscrapers, flying vehicles, and robots everywhere. Right? Some of us do at least. Though that may come true one day, urban planners and technologists are looking at a much closer future. They’re looking at driverless cars as a big game changer in how cities work. What will driverless cars do to cities? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.