Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio

Canada

CBC Radio's Quirks & Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.

Episodes

What science says about the risks of energy drinks; The Sherpas' super-power; and more  

What science says about the risks of energy drinks; The Sherpas' super-power; When did whales get super-sized?; Do I look fat in this face?; Out of Africa, or maybe Europe?; Quirks & Questions: Are humans the only mammals with different blood types?

The Puzzle of Pain, Orangutans babies know breast is best, NASA's big rocket is going nowhere, and more  

The Puzzle of Pain; Orangutans babies know breast is best; NASA's big rocket is going nowhere; Diving deep for glass sponges; The late birds are missing the worm; Quirks Question of the Week: Is a lighter Sun changing the Earth's orbit?

Neuro-Privacy, Money-puck, A Dinosaur goes Hollywood, and more  

Protecting our neural privacy; Human sense of smell is better than we think; A Dinosaur goes Hollywood; Re-evaluating the Origins of Life; Money-puck - hockey Analytics; Quirks & Question: Why don't we use cadaver blood?

Money-puck  

Analytics in hockey is the focus of a conference in Ottawa.

A Dinosaur goes Hollywood  

The Royal Ontario Museum unveiled ankylosaur in exquisite condition, nicknamed zuul.

Humans' Smell  

Human's sense of smell is better than we think.

Neuro-Privacy  

Protecting our neural privacy in a future of brain computer interfaces.

Re-evaluating the Origins of Life  

A new discovery Australia reveals that life likely existed in and around a land-based hot spring fully three and a half billion years ago.

Can marathoners break the magical two hour barrier?; 23andMe for Dogs; Killam Prize for engineering medical jello; and more  

23andMe for Dogs; Can marathoners break the magical two hour barrier?; Exercise in a pill; The smallest race cars on the shortest racetrack; Killam Prize for engineering medical jello; Quirks & Question - Can cats really drink saltwater?

'Let There Be Light'; Worms that eat plastic; Dolphin Sex; and more  

'Let There Be Light'; Dolphin Sex; Worms that eat plastic; The mixed scientific legacy of Henrietta Lacks' HeLa cells; Oil sands emissions of volatile organic compounds are under-reported; Quirks Question - Hot and cold water sound different when poured

'Let There Be Light'; Worms that eat plastic; Dolphin Sex; and more  

'Let There Be Light'; Dolphin Sex; Worms that eat plastic; The mixed scientific legacy of Henrietta Lacks' HeLa cells; Oil sands emissions of volatile organic compounds are under-reported; Quirks Question - Hot and cold water sound different when poured

March For Science Special  

Interviews and discussion focused on Saturday's March for Science in Washington'

March For Science Special  

Interviews and discussion focused on Saturday's March for Science in Washington'

Is your building giving off bad vibes?, Pulling water out of thin air, Earliest evidence of right-handedness, and more  

Is your building giving off bad vibes?, Pulling water out of thin air, Teeth scratches show earliest right-handedness, Time for a change to Canada's 'research ecosystem', 7,000 Methane Bubbles Beneath Siberia, Question: How can I fossilize when I die?

Is your building giving off bad vibes?, Pulling water out of thin air, Earliest evidence of right-handedness, and more  

Is your building giving off bad vibes?, Pulling water out of thin air, Teeth scratches show earliest right-handedness, Time for a change to Canada's 'research ecosystem', 7,000 Methane Bubbles Beneath Siberia, Question: How can I fossilize when I die?

The Curse of the Monkey God; Photographing a Black Hole; and more  

Photographing a Black Hole; Lost City Of The Monkey God; The most Canadian scientific discovery of all time; There was an old badger who buried a cow; Instincts 'hardwired in the brain'; Quirks & Questions: Are birds evolving to avoid window collisions?

The Curse of the Monkey God; Photographing a Black Hole; and more  

Photographing a Black Hole; Lost City Of The Monkey God; The most Canadian scientific discovery of all time; There was an old badger who buried a cow; Instincts 'hardwired in the brain'; Quirks & Questions: Are birds evolving to avoid window collisions?

Neurolaw and the changing landscape of crime and punishment; The climbing death toll of cheap consumer goods; and more  

Neurolaw and crime and punishment; "I am an Arctic researcher. Donald Trump is deleting my citations."; Temperature made Mayans more violent; The climbing death toll of cheap consumer goods; There's a new kind of cloud in the shy; Question: Nervousness

Neurolaw and the changing landscape of crime and punishment; The climbing death toll of cheap consumer goods; and more  

Neurolaw and crime and punishment; "I am an Arctic researcher. Donald Trump is deleting my citations."; Temperature made Mayans more violent; The climbing death toll of cheap consumer goods; There's a new kind of cloud in the shy; Question: Nervousness

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