Ahmed Farag Ali – Big Bang Singularity

Is it possible that the universe had no beginning? New research from a team of physicists

Cory Koedel, Mizzou – Improving Teaching Evalutions

Appraising the work of an educator is a highly nuanced process. Cory Koedel, professor of economics

Brad Hansen, UCLA – Finding Exo-Planets via The Transit Method

The search for life outside of our own solar system continues. Brad Hansen, physicist and astronomer

Tamara Bogdanovic featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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Paul Gaffney, St. John’s University – The Meaning of Competition

Competition is a huge driver of human action. Paul Gaffney, chair of the philosophy department at

Jennifer Maynard, UT Austin – Outsmarting Whooping Cough

New insights into pertussis are helping to fight the disease. Jennifer Maynard, a chemical engineer at

Cliff Ross, University of North Florida – Coral Reef Ecology

Today on The Academic Minute, the interconnectedness of nature is on full display. A marine biologist

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.02.23)

  Monday, February 23 Cliff Ross of the University of North Florida is looking at the

Richard Veit, Monmouth University – Joseph Bonaparte’s Point Breeze Estate

Joseph Bonaparte is probably most notably known as Napoleon’s older brother, but his cultural significance goes

Michele Markstein featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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