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Question Your World: Will "Finding Dory" Impact Marine Life?

Disney’s “Finding Dory” is about to make quite the splash at the box office. The film franchise started in 2003 with “Finding Nemo” and has made a pretty big impact in the worlds of family entertainment and marine ecosystems. Will "“Finding Dory” impact marine life? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.

Question Your World: How Can Coffee Make Eco-friendly Roads?

Coffee and humanity have a pretty close relationship. Currently, it’s the second most traded good around the globe next to petroleum. Here in the United States we consume a little over 400 million cups a day. Most people start their day with that first cup and then head to work. More often than not the commute to work will involve a paved road. This is a pretty remarkable story of how coffee is getting involved with making our road ways more eco-friendly.

Question Your World: What Can Scientists Learn From Ancient History?

In an ever changing world of newer and newer technology, the past sometimes seems very irrelevant. However, sometimes things that took place in the past serve as an amazing resource to help tackle tomorrow’s concerns. What can scientists learn from ancient history? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

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