Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio

Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio

CBC Radio

CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.

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Tracking the spread of viruses in live animal markets by building one in a lab; The largest turtle that ever lived had fighting horns on its shell; NASA's building a robot to explore Jupiter's moon Europa - from underneath it's icy shell; Vivid and fabulous jewel beetles actually use their colours for camouflage; Why the way we talk about climate change makes some people stop listening; How can planes travel against the rotation of the Earth?

Previous episodes

  • 424 - Live animal markets and viruses, largest turtle’s horned shell, a robot for Europa, jewel beetles iridescent camouflage, better talk on climate change and flying west 
    Fri, 21 Feb 2020
  • 423 - Agriculture moving north, Arrakoth’s secrets, the microbiome for flight, isheries science with indigenous perspective, slippery surface and seasons on other planets 
    Fri, 14 Feb 2020
  • 422 - Coronavirus treatment, parentese helps baby talk, seals clap back, splicing damaged nerves, getting astronauts to Mars healthy and sane and smoke on glaciers 
    Fri, 07 Feb 2020
  • 421 - Understanding the coronavirus, cyborg jellyfish, judging cat pain, an AI knows how you dance and Canada’s newest and youngest astronaut 
    Fri, 31 Jan 2020
  • 420 - Intermittent fasting, the math of espresso, biological bricks, scurvy in modern Canada, snake venom sans snakes and chile tolerance. 
    Fri, 24 Jan 2020
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