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What is a "funny bone"? What do bicycles, footballs, and space shuttles have in common? These are but a few of the intriguing questions explored by the "A Moment of Science" radio program. Based at Indiana University, Bloomington and broadcast by WFIU, these short vignettes "remove some of the mystery from science, but not the wonder." Visitors can start by looking at the "Recent Audio Podcasts" to listen to programs like "How Sound Travels Under Water" and "Using Oxygen To Search For Alien Planets". Moving on, visitors can click on the "Archive" tab to view past episodes of the program dating back to January 7, 2003. Also, visitors can view the "Most Popular" episodes and podcasts, and then sign up to stay connected with the program via social media.

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  • Science > Engineering

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English

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