August 31, 2001

Fractal Music: Mountain

The hills are alive with the sound of mathematics?

August 30, 2001

Fractal Music

Not only can you paint by numbers, you can listen to them too!

August 29, 2001

Silk: Manufacture

Silk by another name is protein with glue.

August 28, 2001

Silk: Caterpillars

A little caterpillar + a big appetite and a lot of help = the world’s finest fabric.

August 27, 2001

Silk: Strongest Fabric

Silk is as rich in its history as in its aesthetic.

August 24, 2001

Listener Initiative

Our listeners are invited to share their seasonal observances on our new toll-free number, 1-877-PULSE99.

August 23, 2001

Spices & Microorganisms: Evolution

The taste of food through the ages may have been influenced more by the evolution of microorganisms than a fickle palate.

August 22, 2001

Spices & Microorganisms: Spice Trade

The economics of the historical spice trade may have had scientific origins.

August 21, 2001

Spice Cabinet: Medicine Cabinet

Climate has had a distinct influence on the spices used in regional cuisine and their efficacy.

August 20, 2001

Spices: Germ Killers

Spices can enhance your health as well as the taste of your food.

August 17, 2001

Summer Memories

The sounds of summer are memorably rich throughout one’s life.

August 16, 2001

Buddhism and Science – Inner Science

A Buddhist scholar calls for a balance between the inner and outer worlds of man.

August 15, 2001

Protein Music: They’re Playing Our Song

All species make beautiful music together – literally.

August 14, 2001

Protein Music: One Blood

Proteins underscore the common tune of life.

August 13, 2001

Protein Music: Patterns of Life

Patterns are the basis for all things scientific and aesthetic.

August 10, 2001

Menacing Bullfrogs: Reducing Their Population

Catching bullfrogs is no longer child’s play.

August 9, 2001

Bullfrogs: Menace!

Meet the bullfrog who is eating the West.

August 8, 2001

Air Pollution: Solutions

Global air quality is a canopy of macro and micro economies.

August 7, 2001

Air Pollution: Mexico City

In Mexico City, air pollution has been thoughtfully managed, but the city’s altitude and sunlight present a continuing challenge to scientists.

August 6, 2001

Air Pollution: Global Problem

Air pollution is a quintessential globe trotter.

August 3, 2001

Hurricanes: Preparation

Take heed — do not drive during a hurricane!

August 2, 2001

Hurricanes – Packing a Punch

The most devastating force of a hurricane is concentrated in the rim of its eye.

August 1, 2001

Vibrating Wasps: Communication

Adult wasps and their larva depend on feeding one another for the survival of all.