We talk to a CEO making prostheses from plastic bottles, a lawyer fighting international copyrights for disability accommodations and a PhD student working on augmented reality lenses for NASA’s astronauts that could one day help blind people.
On this episode of the Brainwaves podcast, what were some of the long-term impacts of Nixon's resignation, did America ever truly heal, and given the state of politics, could Congress ever carry out impeachment in a bipartisan way ever again?
Fifty years ago, a mammoth effort by hundreds of thousands of Americans culminated in Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. This week, the Brainwaves podcast looks at the history and future of lunar exploration.
This week on the Brainwaves podcast: Gardening. It’s good for your physical health and your food budget. We have an interview with Chris Lowry, an associate professor of integrative physiology at CU Boulder, who wants to make a stress vaccine out of an unseen ingredient hidden deep in the soil.