BBC In Our Time Science Podcast Archive

Posted on February 7, 2008  Comments (3)

BBC In Our Time Science Podcast Archive including: Plate Tectonics – the day the Earth moved, Genetic Mutation – the error-strewn secrets of life, The Fibonacci Sequence – the numbers in nature, Antimatter – where has it all gone?, Gravitational Waves – a new window on the universe. Great stuff. This is the type of stuff that makes the internet so great. It is wonderful the amount of great science and engineering resources are online.

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3 Responses to “BBC In Our Time Science Podcast Archive”

  1. Michael Walsh
    February 8th, 2008 @ 7:23 am

    If you like “In Our Time”, then you will love “The Material World”.

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