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Join host Rick Pantaleo to examine global issues in science, technology, health, agriculture, and the environment on Science World.

January 2013

January 05, 2013

Science World

Program that examines global issues in science, technology, agriculture, and the environment .


January 05, 2013

Science World - Alan Alda's Challenge to Scientists

We talk with Alan Alda, best known for playing the wisecracking Doctor "Hawkeye" Pierce on the old TV series MASH, but now he's challenging scientists around the world to see if they can explain what time is. Google's chief executive officer, Eric Schmidt, is headed to North Korea People who are slightly overweight or mildly obese have a lower risk of early death than normal weight individuals. A U.S. ecologist and key supporter of panda conservation, says that China’s Panda preservation program is failing to re-introduce the bears to the wild.  Agricultural innovations can result in climate-friendly food production. Science World Quick Quiz for you.


January 04, 2013

Science World

Program that examines global issues in science, technology, agriculture, and the environment .

January 2013

Science World is VOA’s on-air and online blog covering science, health, technology and the environment.

Rick PantaleoHosted by Rick Pantaleo, Science World‘s informative, entertaining and easy-to-understand presentation offers the latest news, features and one-on-one interviews with researchers, scientists, innovators and other newsmakers.


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Science World begins after the newscast on Friday at 2200, Saturday at 0300, 1100 and 1900 and Sunday at 0100, 0400, 0900, 1100 and 1200. The program may also be heard on some VOA affiliates after the news on Saturday at 0900 and 1100. (All times UTC).
 

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