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The Future of the Allen Centennial Gardens – Ep. 741

Ed Lyon, the outreach specialist in the Department of Horticulture at UW-Madison, talks about the future of the twenty-year-old garden. Lyon focuses on the rejuvenation of the existing gardens and how to deal with invasive plants.

Living in Antarctica - Ep. 738

Reina Maruyama and Mark Krasberg, assistant professors in the Department of Physics at UW-Madison, discuss their research trips to Antarctica with University Place Presents host Norman Gilliland. Maruyama and Krasberg talk about the seasonal conditions in Antarctica, working at the IceCube Observatory, and their search for sub-atomic particles called neutrinos.

Summer Chemistry Extravaganza - Ep. 737

Bassam Shakhashiri, Rod Schreiner and Jim Maynard, from the Department of Chemistry at U-W Madison, and Todd Hammes, a percussionist, composer and teacher, present science fun, featuring the science behind fireworks, liquids, gases, color, light, music and more.

Sound and Word Learning with Cochlear Implants - Ep. 734

Jan Edwards, a professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison, discusses sound and word learning in children with cochlear implants.

Clinical Perspectives on Cochlear Implants – Ep. 735

Melanie Buhr-Lawler, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison, Jennifer Ploch, a senior clinical audiologist in the Division of Otolaryngology in the UW Department of Surgery, and Michelle Quinn, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison, discuss the clinical perspective of cochlear implantation.

Panel Discussion on Cochlear Implants – Ep. 736

Ruth Litovsky, a professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison and Samuel Gubbels, an assistant professor in the Division of Otolaryngology at the UW Dept. of Surgery, moderate a panel discussion on cochlear implants. Panel participants include implant recipients and their families: Sharla Benson, Carol Benson, Carol Burns, Josh Reiher, Chris Roy, Jen Roy and Joseph Roy.

Cochlear Implants in Adults and Children – Ep. 732

Ruth Litovsky, a professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison, discusses the recent advances in cochlear implants and their future possibilities. Litovsky explains that the desired goal has progressed to having hearing impaired adults and children able to hear on an equalized basis with people who have normal acoustic hearing.

Pediatric Cochlear Implants - Ep. 731

Diane Heatley, the Medical Director at the American Family Children's Hospital, discusses the history of cochlear implants in hearing impaired children.

Medical Aspects of Cochlear Implantation - Ep. 733

Samuel Gubbels, an assistant professor in the Division of Otolaryngology at the UW Dept. of Surgery, discusses the medical aspects of cochlear implantation and novel therapies for hearing loss.

Exploring the Impacts of Wildlife Diseases - Ep. 730

F. Joshua Dein, a veterinary medical officer, USGS, National Wildlife Health Center in Madison,explores the current and potential effects of wildlife diseases on the public, the economy and the environment. Learn what steps you can take to increase our knowledge about wildlife diseases, and minimize their impact.

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