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Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

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Every Thursday morning we dive into new and future Science trends that will change the world. Future medical procedures, to new advanced technologies and out into space. If you love science, technology and facts, then this is the show for you! Support this podcast:… read more

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E26: Reading Increases Empathy - Space Force - Backpack Drones - First Earth Life - Small Nuclear Reactors - Mighty Mice - Walmart Drones (Science Bytes with Joe and Craig)

September 17th, 2020


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Artificial Skin | Ring Cameras | Laser Tweezers | Amazon Drones | Hologram | Antigravity | Pollution and Sharks

September 10th, 2020


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NASA Trip To Ceres | COVID19 Risk of Memory Loss | NASA Psyche Mission | Quantum Messages | Imminent Human Extinction | Bacteria Evolve | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

August 27th, 2020


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Today, August 27th, 2020. Here is something interesting that happened earlier this month. NASA released it’s finding from a trip to the dwarf planet Ceres on August 10th.

Lockheed Martin's Hypersonic SR-72 Jet | The Robot Scientists Are Coming | Hydrogen-Powered Hypercar | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

August 20th, 2020


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The new plane just announced the SR-72 would fly twice as fast—so fast that at top speed, the very air …

New Way To Extract Lithium From The Ocean | Revolutionary Advances in X-Ray Science | Fungus Growing at Chernobyl Could Protect Astronauts From Cosmic Rays

August 6th, 2020


We see batteries almost every day, but our brain hardly registers them unless we need one. On average, we throw away over 179,000 batteries every year, plus an additional 140,000 rechargeable batteries. We all know …

Humans Horrorfying Use of Radium | Every Human Contains Radiation | Eyeballs with Teeth | Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

July 30th, 2020


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Humans Horrorfying Use of Radium

Just about everyone in the world will see an image of a double helix and …

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope | Edit Mitochondria DNA | Cataract Surgery | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

July 23rd, 2020


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After decades of development, the James Webb Space Telescope finally completed the final systems tests! The telescope is the "largest and most technically complex space science telescope …

Woodpecker’s | Horseshoe Crab | Artificial Cartilage | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

July 16th, 2020


Woodpeckers are fascinating birds. This time of the year, when Craig and I are on our morning walk, we hear the unmistakable sound of a woodpecker …

Mars, the God of War | Ultrasound and the Brain | People and Dogs May Live Longer | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

July 9th, 2020


Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. Because of the Red Planets’ bloody color, the Romans named it after their god of war. In truth, the Romans …

It’s Raining Plastic | Making Fuel From Sunlight and Air | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

July 2nd, 2020


It's Raining Plastic:

Since the dawn of history, humankind has struggled to develop materials offering benefits not found in natural materials. The development of plastics started with the use of natural materials that …

Earth’s Magnetic Field | Human Hibernation | Dads Experience Postpartum Depression | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

June 25th, 2020


Earth’s Magnetic Field: Magnetic fields around planets behave in the same way as a bar magnet. But at high temperatures, metals lose their magnetic properties. This fact makes it clear that Earth’s hot iron core isn’t …

Health Benefits of Plant-Based Diets | Genetically modified mosquitoes in the US | Coronavirus rips through Dutch mink farms | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

June 18th, 2020


We live on a green planet. Today we may take plants for granted, but they are the most important living things on Earth. Their establishment onto land made it possible for all animal life to survive, from the smallest …

Going Back To The Moon | Climate Change St. Augustine, Florida | Immune System Boost | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

June 11th, 2020


Since the very first humans roamed the Earth about 300,000 years ago, the tidal-locked face of the Moon silently watched all of humanity unfold. She …

New Energy Weapon | Earth's Rare Elements | Volcano That Erupts Diamonds | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

June 4th, 2020


My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E11

US Military Kill an Aircraft With an Energy Weapon

The idea of using light as a weapon can be traced back to Hippocrates, commander of the Greek forces in 212 B.C. His …

Octomom | Artificial Eyeball | NASA Spaceflight Simulator | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E10

May 28th, 2020


The octopus was a Graneledone boreopacifica, a species of octopus that we know very little about. But the scientists were not there for her, after making a note of what they saw they moved onto business. The team went …

Permafrost Melting | Human Chimera | Giant Lizards | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E09

May 21st, 2020


Today is Thursday, May 21st, 2020. If we were in a spaceship and approached Earth from the North pole in the summer, we would see a roughly circular …

Rescue Dogs | Elon Musk's Neuralink | Asian Giant Hornets | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E08

May 14th, 2020


Today is Thursday, May 14th, 2020. The bond between dogs and humans can be traced back to about 15,000 years ago. These lovable and loyal animals …

Heart Attak Risk May Be Foreseen In Your Genes | Spinal Cord Injury May Soon Have A Cure | Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E07

May 7th, 2020


Today is Thursday, May 7, 2020. When it comes to heart attack risk, how do you score? If you want a sneak peek into your risk of heart disease, here …

Copper Kills Viruses! Is That True? | Rice Engineered to Resist Heatwaves | Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E06

April 30th, 2020


Today is Thursday, April 30, 2020. How many times, especially lately, have you heard that copper kills viruses. Can this be true, or is it just another snake oil cure? The SARS-CoV-2 virus endures for days on plastic or …

A gene drive that disarms a deadly wheat pathogen | A gene variant may drive back Alzheimer's

April 23rd, 2020


A gene drive is a genetic engineering technology that propagates a particular suite of genes throughout a population. Gene drives have been proposed …

NASA's new Telescope | Smart Toilets Are Coming Your Way

April 16th, 2020


A new NASA telescope idea that could spot vegetation on distant exoplanets.

We have spoken about smart toilets before on the Joe and Craig Music …

Science Bytes: Why America Has No N95 Masks

April 9th, 2020


Why doesn't the United States have any surgical masks? How can something like that happen to a superpower country like America?

A New Blood test can …

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