Dec 14, 2007
In this special holiday edition of the podcast, we’ll talk to
Perry Barboza of the institute of arctic biology at the university
of Alaska in Fairbanks and Lisa Leon of the U.S. Army Research
Institute of Environmental Medicine in Natick Massachusetts.
Dr. Barboza explains how a reindeer's physiology allows...
Nov 11, 2007
In this episode of Life Lines, we speak with Todd Kuiken, a doctor at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and a professor at Northwestern University, about his efforts to develop a prosthetic arm that responds directly to signals from the brain. He will describe his latest research, which appears in the Journal...
Oct 9, 2007
In this episode, APS Executive Director Martin Frank talks with University of California physiologist John West about snorkeling elephants, galloping race horses and flying pigeons.
Marshall Montrose tells us why the stomach doesn't digest itself.
And finally, Greg Atkinson describes the benefits the afternoon nap may...