CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
Inducing hibernation with ultrasound, how your diet and your soap attracts mosquitoes, small predators take the wrong refuge and a Ugandan vet walks with mountain gorillas
May 26, 2023
Antarctic dinosaur migration, permafrost and pollution, tracking shark births, Moana’s tools, the Pangenome, and Zoonomia mammalian genome projects
May 19, 2023
Sharks that hold their breath, 2000 year old condor nest, why deer don’t get Lyme disease, redrawing the motor homunculus and new vaccine technologies for the next pandemic
May 12, 2023
Who wore a prehistoric pendant, AI mind reader, the evolution of blinking, Eastern wolves, seeing air pollution from space, air pollution and cancer and where does moon dust come from
May 5, 2023
Apples for a warmer world, Rosalind Franklin and DNA, birds’ belly canteen, moustranaut microbiome and Brian Cox on black holes
April 28, 2023
Life on the garbage patch, lumpy dark matter formed the visible universe, underwater volcanoes, tadpole’s flexible forms, climate change and Antarctic life, and life with more oxygen.
April 21, 2023
AI scientist develops theories, bear hibernation and immobility risks, Canadian astronaut to the moon, Medieval monks moon science, a new view on the womb and the Earth with no moon
April 14, 2023
Artificial auroras, home runs and climate change, baby’s first bacteria, math does crowd control, science and storylistening and old books with hidden stories.
April 6, 2023
Tyrannosaur lips, bald eagles dine on beef, saving the orbital environment, how your fingerprints are built and how humans run on electricity
March 31, 2023
Oumuamua probably not an alien spaceship, dizzy great apes, infant delivery glove, prolifically peeing insects, atmospheric rivers and the gravity of climate change
March 24, 2023