Katie Cadwell, Postdoctoral Fellow, MRSEC, Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, UW-Madison
Together Kimberly Duncan and Katie Cadwell discuss nanotechnology, what is does for us, and where we can find it in our day-to-day lives.
Gary Lyons, Professor, Department of Anatomy, UW-Madison
Professor Gary Lyons speaks about the heart and his research on stem cells. He tells how they might be useful in current studies and the future possibilities for using stem cells to regenerate the heart.
Larry Meiller, UW-Madison Emeritus Professor and Wisconsin Public Radio host
Steve Paulson, Executive Producer of "To the Best of Our Knowledge", Life Sciences Communication & WHA Radio
Larry Meiller talks about his radio show which discusses environmental issues and how-to's topics. Steve Paulson tells of being an interviewer for "To the Best of Our Knowledge", TTBOOK.
Delora Mount, MD, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, UW-Madison
Delora Mount speaks about her experience with UW Division of Plastic Surgery and the international survey trips they have done.
Allen Bateman and Christina Carlson
Christina Carlson talks about human infections due to avian viruses. Allen Bateman speaks about swin influenza. They work together at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the cell and molecular bilogy training program.
Clint Sprott, Professor, Department of Physics, UW-Madison
Learn about the science of chaos as Clint Sprott, a professor at UW-Madison, demonstrates and explains what chaos is all about, and why some people are devoting their careers to it.
Laura Halverson, Registrar, Zoology Museum, UW-Madison
Laura Halverson from the Zoology Museum at the University of Wisconsin-Madison gives a virtual tour of the museum.
Bill Hilton, Jr., Operation Rubythroat
The principal investigator for Operation Rubythroat, Bill Hilton, Jr., discusses the Hummingbird Project and hummingbirds as they fly from your backyard to Costa Rica and back. Learn about hummingbird banding, facts, ecology, behavior, how they stand in the big picture, and the connections between the United States and Costa Rica in terms of hummingbirds.
Clint Sprott Professor, Department of Physics, UW-Madison.
Since 1984, The Wonders of Physics has educated and entertained thousands of schoolchildren, families, and the general public. At the 25th anniversary show time machine brings visitors from different eras to talk about the evolution of the science. Many concepts of physics are illustrated in the process.
Phil Robertson, Professor, W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University
He talks about the different facets to the economic, environmental, and social sustainability of cropping systems as well as food security. He addresses the doubt some are having about the reliability of biofuels and focuses a lot on biogeochemistry.