Gary Kwiecinski, University of Scranton – Save the Bats

The presence of bats is a common theme for films, literature and anything angling to emit

Erika Berg featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our

Heidi Appel, Rex Cocroft, University of Missouri – Plants Can Hear

To see whether predator noises would affect plants, two University of Missouri researchers exposed one set

Andrew Gallup, SUNY Oneonta – Yawns are Cool

Yawns confuse scientists. We’re not exactly sure what they are or why we yawn. We know

Alex Müller, University of Cape Town – Health Care and LGBT Discrimination

The climb towards equality continues in the LGBT community. Dr. Alex Müller, a fellow at The

Coming Up This Week: 10.27 – 10.31

This week, be sure to tune in for our spooky Halloween segments! Monday, October 27 Dr.

Dan Chelotti, Elms College – Writer’s Block

Sometimes you know what needs to be said, and you know why you need to say

Phillip Sponenberg, Virginia Tech – Domestic Extinction

Extinction is a very real threat for all species, not just the exotic creatures we’re accustomed

Hawley Montgomery-Downs featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our

Megan Ferry, Union College – Foreign Language Learning

We’ve previously examined how the multilingual nature of today’s classroom is shaping language learning. In today’s