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.
Broadcasting live from CES 2011 in Las Vegas, Talking about the Steady cam. and other cool products, Ed Justice book on Motor sports chrisman.com . Parrot AR Drone.Murata wireless solutions, Sondolier Wireless speakers.
High fashion meets high tech with this new spray-on clothing designed by a Spanish fashionisto. The design team also hopes to use the technology for spray-on bandages and hygienic upholstery, Mario D'Ovidio with Gladiator Garageworks, Corinne Iozzio Current, Associate Editor, Popular Science. Goes over some of the Top 100 innovations of the year, Alan talks about Twelve Extreme Animal Modifications In The Name Of Science
100 best innovations of the year with Mark Jannot, Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science, Discuss how are the iphone and android operating systems are changing the world, David Lamb, Advanced Physics Research Specialist at 3M, new TV technologies and 3M introduction of light enhancing film, NASA’s Newly discovered Arsenic-Loving Bacteria
Alan talks about Philips Endura LED, Alan talks about the LA auto show and the Chevy Volt, LG Mobile Digital TV DP570MH watch broadcast TV wherever you want, Porsche 918 Spyder concept, Oshkosh Baja LCV Racer and Oshkosh Defense John and Alan talk Banks Power, www.bankspower.com
The December issue is out. Mobi Legs new crutch invented.,Dr Cort talking about Anywhere ultra sound, Dr Cort talks about the The genetically altered mosquitoes. And the large amount of people that die, first-ever commercial amphibious vessel with retractable all-wheel drive, GALE BANKS ENGINEERING put on the new Craftsman truck owned by Alan Taylor. check them out at www.bankspower.com/
Alan and gang, talk about the magazine., iPad and its features, Nissan Leaf and Volt . Also the Battery life. popsci.com Flying Cars? Honda CRV with a manual transmission, How long for charging? Parrot North America , Car Blue Tooth. Ford technology. Cell phones and upgrading, testing the phones on pop.sci.com
The Nikon D3100, this camera really makes you a better photographer, talking about lenses, Generac EcoGen generator, you can be storm protected when the power goes out, Tool talk with Karl and Cort.
39 Days to Mars, Mobile Medicine, Dr. Cort talks about Medicine and the problems of the medical system, Dr. Cort says, doctors are good folks for the most part, the problem is the layers red tape.What drives the technology, people are given tests that they don’t need. Technology today and how amazing and easy it is to research.
Go to POPSCI.com for fun weird stuff, How mutant silk worms can produce miles of silk web, 3 - D Televisions and 3 D Camera at POPSCI.com, Karl Champley, Wasted spaces is running everyday on HGTV, Bill Gates invests in Eco Motors, Disk Shaped Balloon may be able to transport would be able to carry 150 tons, RX Big brother, Badges for our medical staff to track where everyone goes.
The weirdest place you have ever been, Diesel exhaust fluid, listen to what the hosts say! POPSCI. on the iPad, Bio Bug, runs on poop, propane and natural gas, 22 atomic clocks, AT&T satellite Smart Phone will go on sale, Real life Iron Man, Paris Auto show, The amazing autos, Electric cars & energy stations.
Electric vehicles, Dog Poo powers a street light, Your finger nails are lost on space walks because of the space suite gloves, Dr. Cort answers, does a brain freeze kill? GOOGLE TV? Google wants to be on your TV, one step closer on not being married to your cable company, The Automotive X-prize offers 10 million dollars to a viable 100 MPG. 1987 cover story from POPSCI.com archives
Alan and guest host Malibu Dan, Nate Wessell is an BMX rider in the X-GAMES and a 2 time Iraq tourer, POP> SCI Magazine Giving thanks to the 9/11 Police and Fire Fighters and our Military, Extreme tools from Craftsman and building a skate ramp, Entered a race with a $500 Craigslist car and placed in World Rally Championship, P-44 Extreme habitats for a changing world , Nate bikes over Bagdad, X-GAMES sponsored by SEARS, Karl and Cort's RAD injuries!!
Karl, John, and Cort Opening the show,John Stewart talks about the Porsche Cayenne Hybrid, Cockpitthemovie.com Karl Champley starred in the movie, check out the trailer. Cort on hybrid verses the VW Diesel, Robots and their uses, and the future on POP.SCI.com, Black ops, Account to see what they can do, also the different thing that are done with black ops.
In the Magazine , How 2.0 Motor Cycle gets 214 mpg, Live-in Power Plant, Solar Building, Karl talks about a largest high rise, India $35.00 Laptop, PopSci on the ipad is awesome. Alans iPad, Nanoproffesor.net A technical school for nano technology 20,000 currently and 2 million needed by 2015, The schooling and backgrounds needed, but this will surprise you,
Four Fearsome Cylinders from Hyundai. Awesome power from small engines, Hyundai. Continued 2.2 liter engine with 270 hp, Hand held DXG camcorder in 3-D effect with no glasses, GE Nucleus, Provides real time energy assistance control,