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The State of Things - Science and Public Policy

Frank Stasio of The State of Things radio show interviews Emlyn Koster, Terri Lomax, and Scott Huler.

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Emlyn Koster, PhD, Director NC Museum of Natural Sciences

Scientists Discuss the Olinguito Discovery

Biodiversity Lab Director Dr. Roland Kays participates in discussion about olinguito discovery.

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Dr. Roland Kays in Google Hangout about the Olinguito

Olinguito Discovery Press Conference

Dr. Roland Kays presents a new species of mammal called the olinguito. The olinguito (oh-lin-GHEE-toe) looks like a cross between a house cat and a teddy bear. It is actually the latest scientifically documented member of the family Procyonidae, which it shares with raccoons, coatis, kinkajous and olingos. (Olinguito means “little olingo.”) More information about the olinguito here.

[Broadcast August 15, 2013]

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Dr. Roland Kays at Olinguito Press Conference

Paleontology 101

Dr. Zanno talks about dinosaurs from dirt to museum.

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Dr. Lindsay Zanno in Paleontology 101

Science Cafe: The Year in Science 2012

Brian Malow and a panel of local scientists discuss the science of 2012.

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Science Cafe: The Year in Science 2012

Why Leaves Change Color with Dr. Lowman

Canopy Meg appears on Untamed Science to talk leaves.

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Meg Lowman explains why leaves change color

Science Cafe: New Dog on the Block

Dr. Roland Kays speaks about coyotes in North Carolina.

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Science Cafe: New Dog on the Block

Science Cafe: From Bacteria to Black Bears

Dr. Todd P. Witcher speaks about the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Science Cafe: From Bacteria to Black Bears

Science Cafe: Biomimicry - France Guertin

A presentation on Biomicicry, the science of emulating nature’s best ideas to solve human problems, by France Guertin.

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Science Cafe: Biomimicry - France Guertin

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