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.
Grace Ellis from CEA, the Consumer Electronics Association, talks about the exciting things at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. Grace shares which feature got her the most excited. Find out more in this Popular Science segment.
Host Alan Taylor, Karl Champley and Dr. Cort Stoskopf are at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. There’s 1.9 million square feet of electronics and we highlight on just a few of the exciting products. You can hear about features for your car, home and health in this Popular Science podcast.
In this week's episode of Popular Science Radio we are covering everything from tech help for your latest gadgets to homeopathic remedies that may surprise you. Tune in to find out what common herb may cure what ales you, and what service can help to iron out problems with your computer.
Happy New Year! We're covering everything from organic Chicken McNuggets at McDonalds to tech help for the great gadgets you were gifted during the holidays. Host, Alan Taylor, speaks with Geeks On Site founder Jorge Otte. Jorge fills us in on the service that allows you to phone in with any tech issue, and services your computer online.
Jorge Otte of Geeks on Site phones in to fill us in on what problems people are frequently running into after the new year. Windows 8 is causing headaches with the deletion of the Start key. Tablet connectivity is also stumping consumers. Find out how Geeks On Site can remotely access your computer and make it like new!
Forget the New Year's diet. Dr. John McDougal, author of The Starch Solution, fills us in on why to not throw out the rice and bread. There is a reason why you crave those potatoes! There have been numerous, huge civilizations, that have a principle diet of starch, but Dr. McDougal raises some controversial points.
Is it okay to eat more starches? Dr. John McDougal, author of Starch Solution, contends that we were created with a natural affinity for starches because we were meant to eat them in high quantities. Tune in to find out more.
Organic Chicken McNuggets coming to a McDonalds near you! Dr. Cass Ongram, author of The Cure is in the Cupboard, fills us in on how chicken farmers may pitch pesticides for oil of oregano.
Wild oregano oil could help cure what ales you. Dr. Cass Ingram describes the difference between straight oregano which is quite spicy and what you find in your shaker.
Happy New Year! Join us for this encore airing of Popular Science Radio. The guys talk about controlling your eating habits, and how Dr. Court lost 40 pounds in 3 months just from changing one thing about his diet! Also, we delve into the latest issue of Popular Science and cover How Doctors Reinvented The Human Heart, and The Boy Who Played With Fusion.
We are knee deep in cold and flu season. How can you stay healthy? This week on Popular Science Radio we explore fitness, supplements, and other tips to battle the bulge and the sniffles. Also, with more electric vehicles on the road we discuss some of the frequent fears of full electric including energy costs, cold weather, and range anxiety.
Christmas is just around the corner. This week on Popular Science Radio we are covering some interesting gift ideas from tools to a mail service for razors. Then, you better start saving your frequent flier miles! You can go to the moon for a mere $750 million. Also, find out what’s next for connected vehicles.
This week on Popular Science Radio we are covering everything from waterproofing your favorite gadget, to bed bugs, to a pill that can sense when it’s been taken.
Popular Science Radio is live from the LA International Auto Show. Host, Alan Taylor, is talking to the best brands in the Advanced Technology Showcase. Find out what’s new and what’s next for tech in the automotive industry.
It’s time to scour the pages of Popular Science for the best innovations of 2012. From autonomous future cars to cell phone tech to the latest medical advances in heart surgery-- we’ve got you covered. Alan Taylor, Cort Stoskopf, and Karl Champley discuss these topics and more on this week’s installment of Popular Science Radio.