Emerging Science

Episode Guide


Season 2


Episode #205

This look at one of Vermont's most plentiful resources also includes a broader discussion of the ...

Episode #204

This episode starts with a lesson in how the combustion engine works, then investigates the ...

Episode #203

What are the technological tools used by today's social scientists to understand the behavior of ...

Episode #202

This episode explores two Vermont "food webs": the aquatic food web of Lake Champlain and the ...

Episode #201

Host Amy Seidl visits with Vermont scientists to explore the history of energy in human society, ...

Season 1


Remote Wireless Sensing (#104)

Looks at how remote wireless sensing is being applied to enhance health and quality of life. One ...

Water and The Landscape (#103)

This episode explores a complex system -- the Lake Champlain watershed. UVM faculty collaborate, ...

Weather and Climate Change (#102)

Scientists from UVM, Lyndon State College, and the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium in St. ...

Nanotechnology (#101)

Nanotechnology is our ability to engineer specific attributes of materials and machines by ...

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