From drones in the sky, to raccoons on your block, Youth Radio’s science desk has got you covered. Check out a short list of some of our favorite moments of 2013.
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-1513282 and Grant No. DRL-1614239.
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Whether you love buying gifts or dread trips to the mall, good luck avoiding some kind of shopping during the holiday season. But I don’t need the excuse of a holiday to get me to the stores. I’m obsessed with shopping.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… no, it’s an Amazon Prime delivery drone?
My new neighbors aren’t all that bad. We actually have more in common than I thought.
Ever wondered what it would be like to not have to pay an energy bill? You might think you’d have a…
Youth Radio poet and artist Kyle Lamberson talks about the unnatural elements of his surroundings, and how he feels more at home in a simple, primal environment.
Listen to Shyra Gums talk about Oakland, in an audio collage featured in the Oakland Museum of California.
Insurance. That’s the field Oscar-nominated Pixar animator and visual effects director Andrew Jimenez credits for helping to make him the…
Today in America, puberty is beginning earlier than a generation ago. Researchers are debating the possible links to environmental chemicals, stress, and obesity. But regardless of cause, more and more kids are already well into puberty by the time sex education happens in school–which is usually fifth or sixth grade.