Matt Taylor, Washington State University – Knowledge Transfer

Computers are very useful in the classroom, but in the near future, they might be conducting

Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt, FSU – The Power of Californium

Research from Florida State University might change the way we build and store radioactive waste. Thomas

Geoff Ball, University of Alberta – Metabolically Healthy Obesity

UAlberta research shows: a study of 181 children with obesity aged eight to 17 years old

Volkan Topalli, Georgia State University – Cash vs. Credit and Crime

“Our study shows that even a small reduction of cash has a positive effect in reducing

This Week on the Academic Minute

Monday, June 30 Dr. Volkan Topalli of Georgia State University explains how switching government assistance funds

Dr. Dennis O’Rourke featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Anne Warlaumont, UC Merced – Positive Feedback Loop

Studying the communicative relationship that parents share with their children is a great way to understand

A Look Behind the Scenes!

Founded in 1837, Mt. Holyoke College is a big part of The Academic Minute! This glorious

Jonathan Kotula, Harvard – Engineering Bacteria

Imagine the medical possibilities of monitoring a person’s digestive tract from the inside out. With a

Keith Johnson, Oakton Community College – Microaggression

Racism isn’t always an overt display of prejudiced behavior or language. Microaggression is a term coined