Ky Kugler, Chapman University – Severity and Frequency of Concussions

It’s the NFL off-season, but concussions are still very much in our thoughts. Ky Kugler, a

Wayne Potts, University of Utah – Sugar Toxicity Tests

Variables in previous tests focusing on the toxicity of both fructose and table sugar have proven

Laura Rokosz, Monmouth University – Aeroponic Gardening

Soon, your garden might require no dirt whatsoever. Laura Rokosz, adjunct professor of Nutrition Sciences in

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.3.16)

Monday, March 16 Laura Rokosz of Monmouth University explains the vertical irrigation systems of aeroponic gardens.

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Architectural Technology Management

Technology management is a something of an abstract business concept. Robert Edgell, a professor of technology

Cliff Ross featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Radu Sporea, University of Surrey – Photography: The Science of Aperture

The ubiquity of cell phone cameras makes everybody a photographer – or so they think! Today

Karen Bonuck, Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Sleep & Childhood Obesity Risk Factors

A holistic approach to wellness examines all influencing factors. Karen Bonuck, a professor at Albert Einstein

Jon Pierce-Shimomura, UT Austin – Treating Alcoholism with Worm Experiments

Academic research sometimes takes scientists into unforeseen places. Today on The Academic Minute, Jon Pierce-Shimomura, a

Paul Matthew Sutter, Ohio State – Dark Energy

Paul Matthew Sutter is becoming a regular fixture on the WAMC airwaves having previously offered a