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  1. Triangulation 120: Ariel Waldman

    Ariel Waldman is the founder of Spacehack.org, and the global instigator of Science Hack Day.

    http://twit.tv/show/triangulation/120

    —Huffduffed by adactio 7 months ago

  2. Scibernia podcast episode 27: City of Science, mission to Mars & high-tech hurling

    In this episode:

    Sylvia takes a look at some of the cultural, arts and community events taking place during 2012 as Dublin assumes the mantle of European City of Science, including the Dublin Mini Maker Faire, kids’ events at The Ark, and the upcoming Science Hack Day.

    Conor catches up with Dublin space scientist Kevin Nolan to talk about the possibility of life on Mars and NASA’s current mission of discovery to the Red Planet.

    And Lenny speaks to Conchúr O’Bradaigh from NUI Galway about the role of high-tech engineering in the manufacture of modern hurling equipment.

    http://scibernia.ie/2012/02/23/scibernia-podcast-episode-27-city-of-science-mission-to-mars-high-tech-hurling/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 2 years ago

  3. Science Hack Day San Francisco on the BBC World Service

    Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes on a problem can give us an important new perspective on it, but it is not often that scientists veer out of their very specialised fields to see their work through other people’s eyes. But 100 people, from a mix of different backgrounds, have just descended on San Francisco for Science Hack Day. They joined forces, shared skills, and spent 24-hours together, in the hope of finding new ways to use established technologies, and new ways to get information from existing data. Kate Arkless went to find out what a Science Hack Day is all about.

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 years ago

  4. Science In Action featuring Science Hack Day San Francisco

    Stories:

    • Hungarian toxic sludge
    • Moments of Genius: Anton van Leeuwenhoek – the birth of microbiology
    • Microbiology today - using antibodies against cancer
    • Rat Attack
    • Science Hack Day San Francisco

    Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes on a problem can give us an important new perspective on it, but it is not often that scientists veer out of their very specialised fields to see their work through other people’s eyes. But 100 people, from a mix of different backgrounds, have just descended on San Francisco for Science Hack Day. They joined forces, shared skills, and spent 24-hours together, in the hope of finding new ways to use established technologies, and new ways to get information from existing data. Kate Arkless went to find out what a Science Hack Day is all about.

    From http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/scia

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 years ago

  5. Science Weekly: End of the World News

    We talk to the BBC’s David Shukman about reporting climate change and the BP oil spill. Plus, the results of the Guardian’s hack day, a study on mobile phone masts and cancer, and the pitfalls of patenting genes.

    A gaggle of geeks recently invaded the Guardian’s London headquarters for a hack day. Their leader, Jeremy Keith, reveals the results of two days of brainstorming.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/blog/audio/2010/jun/28/science-weekly-podcast-david-shukman

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 years ago