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Sure, Web radio sounds great when you’re sitting in front of your computer, plugged in to the Internet. But what do you listen to on your commute to school or during your daily jog? Pandora’s Tim Westergren says the increased popularity of mobile devices, like smart phones, has in turn boosted Web radio’s reach. Watch the latest video in our Brains & Beakers series below.
Brains & Beakers: The DNA of Your Favorite Songs – Part 1
Brains and Beakers: Inventors and Explosions! [Updated!]
B&BII: Behind the Scenes of a How-To Machine
About Brains & Beakers
With support from the National Science Foundation, Youth Radio wants to change the way young people think about science–and scientists. What better way to do that than to make science a media event? Youth Radio joined forces with David Pescovitz from the website Boing Boing and the Institute for the Future to invite a stellar line-up of inventors, engineers, and investigators to our studios in Oakland, Calif. For each segment in the series, our guests provide interactive hands-on demos and then take questions from Youth Radio interviewers.