Podcasts: Science & Technology

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Solar Power Forum in Guilderland


On Saturday a forum on the future of solar power was held in Guilderland. …

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Data Justice: Ingrid Burrington on Facebook


As part of his ongoing series on Data Justice, WOOC reporter Dan Phiffer spoke …

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Yasha Levine: Surveillance Valley


WOOC correspondent, Willie Terry attended The James Connolly Forum on “Surveillance and Privacy in …

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Equality Under the Law: Aurora Borealis


The Aurora Borealis has dazzled humans with an ever-changing veil of color ever since …

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Colonie Cable Channel: Part 2


WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti recently sat down with Joe Nash, a librarian from the …

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2nd Annual Science March


Saturday, April 14, the 2nd annual march for science nationwide took place. WOOC correspondent …

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Moses West: Clean Water for Puerto Rico


Moses West, an entrepreneur working to bring clean drinking water to storm-affected residents of …

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March For Science: April 14, 2018


Eli Sands and Jessica Reichard let us know how we could “show up for …

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Colonie Cable Channel with Joe Nash


WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti recently sat down with Colonie librarian Joe Nash to talk …

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Technology and Ethics at RPI


Hudson Mohawk Magazine brings you a piece on the technology of the internet,  focusing …

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Equality Under the Law: Sensory Reality 2


We are a way for the cosmos to know itself, at least according to …

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Data Justice: Demoyne George


DeMoyne George spoke with WOOC reporter Dan Phiffer about some recent Data Justice developments …

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Data Justice: Ben Grosser on Surveillance Capitalism


Artist and professor Ben Grosser spoke with WOOC reporter Dan Phiffer as …

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Equality Under the Law: Sensory Reality


We are a way for the cosmos to know itself, at least according to …

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Bethlehem Public Access TV: Part 2


Jeff Kirkpatrick, director of the Bethlehem Public Library, speaks with WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti …

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Bethlehem Public Access TV Station


Jeff Kirkpatrick, director of the Bethlehem Public Library, spoke with WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti …

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Equality Under the Law: David Borton


Physicist David Borton is back with another segment of “Equality Under the Law– Practical Physics.” This week, he and WOOC correspondent Meghan Marohn speak about horses named Bess and how human energy output can be measured in terms of pure sunshine.

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Biobus: Sarah Weisberg


WOOC’s NATURE Lab correspondent Richard Sleeper took a field trip to visit the Biobus, a traveling scientific laboratory that is parked in Troy this week. He spoke with chief scientist Sarah Weisberg to find out what they’re doing

Holly Cargill-Cramer of Tech Valley Center of Gravity


WOOC Corespondent Aaron Pedinotti sits down with Holly Cargill-Cramer, director of The …

Reclaiming History: Locksmith Gary Mangione


On this installment of Reclaiming History, Sanctuary Intern Xavier Rene interviews Gary …

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