Popular Science Radio
Summary: POPULAR SCIENCE RADIO brings you all the newest discoveries and emerging technologies, cutting-edge innovations in science and technology each week. Presented in an interactive, entertaining and easy to understand forum with host, Alan Taylor. Broadcast weekly from out Los Angeles studio and "on the road", Popular Science Radio brings you behind the scenes coverage from technical and scientific events around the country. Get the latest on time travel, warp factors, reprogramming your mind, artificial intelligence, and the current innovations in automobiles, gadgets, food science, technology, health and lots more. Join host Alan Taylor with an exciting a mix of scientific experts, bold inventors, tech geeks, dreamers, innovators, tinkerers, thinkers and celebrity guests. This is your source to uncover scientific and the technical treasures on nationally syndicated radio, podcasts, and more.
Special effects artist Kevin Van Hook is on the line chatting with Steve Natt and Dr. Cort Stoskopf. Steve and Dr. Cort ask Kevin a couple of questions they’ve been curious to know the answers to.
New thermostats allow you to control your energy and save on your energy bill-- so why not get one! Steve Natt and Dr. Cort Stoskopf talk with Eric Charleton of Nest Thermostats about the features it has to offer. Eric shares some details on the hard work that the company has put in to the thermostat so it can put itself on a schedule.
Filling in for Alan Taylor is Steve Natt. Steve and Dr. Cort Stoskopf discuss Ammar Bazzar and how he became a data acquisition and traction control guru. Ammar couldn't make it in time for this segment, but he'll be around in the next one!
Ammar Bazzar gets on the line to talk with Steve Natt and Dr. Cort Stoskopf. Ammar shares what the most difficult part of taking a modern superbike and making it more rideable, faster and drive safely is.
Gartner is on the front lines of information technology research. In this segment of Popular Science Radio we speak with Thilo Koslowski about the connected car movement and much more at the 2013 CES.
In this episode of Popular Science Radio, host Alan Taylor chats with Dr. Cort Stoskopf about several different topics. To start us off, Alan and Cort discuss building your home or shop to code. Later on in the show, Peter Vieira calls in to talk about Traxxas and why it’s a great hobby to involve your kids with. We wrap up the hour by debating about whether the new electronic aim guns are going to be hot-- or not. Find out more on these topics by listening now!
Dr. Cort Stoskopf is on the line visiting with host Alan Taylor. Alan and Cort discuss building to code and including hurricane ties, even if you don’t live somewhere that commonly has hurricanes.
While only 1% of the U.S. travels by bike, 26% of people in the Netherlands do. A Dutch company is currently working on creating a car with outside airbags to cushion the blow if you and a biker collide. Host Alan Taylor and Dr. Cort Stoskopf debate about whether this is a feature you need for your car.
During the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, Alan Taylor was on a panel known as the "5 Hot Topics in the Dashboard". Alan discusses autonomous cars and whether die-hard car guys will get on board with guest Dr. Cort Stoskopf. Also, Alan shares his experience driving the new 2013 Range Rover with electronic controls.
If you’re looking for a hobby to get your kids involved in, you might consider Traxxas! What’s Traxxas? Only the fastest name in radio control! Peter Vieira is the Marketing Manager of Traxxas and he is on the line visiting with host Alan Taylor and Dr. Cort Stoskopf. Peter shares some fun facts about what these remote control cars can do.
Gun’s are a topic of controversy, but host Alan Taylor and Dr. Cort Stoskopf address it. "The Long Shot" is a story featured in February’s issue of Popular Science discussing a new gun with electronic aim. Alan and Cort discuss the benefits and disadvantages to using this type of gun.
Host Alan Taylor talks with Dr. Cort Stoskopf about the article featured in February’s issue of Popular Science Magazine, "The Long Shot". Technology has introduced a gun with electronic aim. This could be the next big thing for hunters, but it also might change up the game a little. Listen in to find out more!
It’s been a record year at the 2013 Consumer Electronics show and Popular Science Radio was a part of it! In this hour, we’ve got Michael Paladino talking about the new Bluetooth products that Coby has to offer. Headphones are a popular item so we brought on Paul Marshall from Wicked Audio and Crystal Griffith of Audio-Technica to talk about theirs. To round out the hour, we visit with Ian Bernstein and Alan Tenz to discuss new products you can use with your iPhone.
Popular Science Radio was at 2013 Consumer Electronics Show-- and there was A LOT to see! Host Alan Taylor, Dr. Cort Stoskopf and Karl Champley visit with Michael Paladino from Coby. Bluetooth is one of the hot features that Coby has put to good use. Michael shares some of their new and exciting Bluetooth enabled products in this segment!
Portable. Hands-free. Connectivity. Coby has recognized that people want their devices to talk to each other and to eliminate the cords and wires! Michael Paladino from Coby talks about their line of Bluetooth products and how you can get a quality product for a great price. Get more info by listening in!