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    • The Language of Pseudoscience 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Blaskiewicz, Robert (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-04-20)
      Bob Blaskiewicz of the Georgia Tech School of Literature Communication and Culture joins us to discuss how language is used to disguise pseudoscience as science. Bob is also the chair of the steering committee of the ...
    • Large Hadron Colliders: What's All the Fuss About 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Prebys, Eric (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-22)
    • Libraries in the 21st Century: No Longer Moss Covered 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Bennett, Charlie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-11-19)
    • The Light Bulb Wars 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-08-17)
      In light of the scandalous attempts by the government take your light bulbs away, we will be discussing the future of light bulbs. Ian Ferguson, Chair of the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University ...
    • Listener Call in Show June 26, 2013 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Redd, Austin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-06-26)
      Listener Call-in Show We discuss recent stuff from the American Society of Engineering Education in Atlanta, the role of citizen scientists, and answered questions from listeners on diversity in higher education.
    • Listener Show 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Huapaya, Kim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-09)
      Local comedian and listener Kim Huapaya will be in studio with her favorite questions about science and we will be taking listener calls about any and all topics.
    • The Logic of Voting 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Ellis, Bernie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-12-23)
      Voting activist Bernie Ellis, who joined us previously to talk about how high tech voting machines aren't always the best solution, returns to our show. He will provide us with an update on what is going on in Tennessee ...
    • Looking Back on 2010 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Altman, Trent (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-12-29)
      We revisit all the guests and stories we covered during the 2010 year on Inside the Black Box.
    • Lost in the Stacks 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-07-07)
      Charlie Bennett and Ameet Doshi, host of Lost in the Stacks the World's only Research Library Rock & Roll Radio Show on WREK join us to discuss new ways to get people engaged in the modern library. As the internet makes ...
    • The Maker Movement 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; MacNair, David; Lefton, Lew; Greco, Ed (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-07-09)
      David MacNair, of the Georgia Tech School of Mechanical Engineering and Lew Lefton of the School of Mathematics join us to discuss the Maker Movement and its current and future impact on STEM education. David is the executive ...
    • The Math behind March Madness 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Sokol, Joel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-05-09)
      Joel Sokol, of the Georgia Tech School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, joins us to illustrate the predictive power of math and probability by picking to top finishers in the NCAA basketball tournament each year.
    • Medical Imaging: Way Beyond X-Ray Specs 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Tannenbaum, Allen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09-17)
    • Meet George Jetson 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Kemp, Charles C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-08-18)
      Our last discussion on robots featured comedian Bill Dwyer on his experience hosting Battlebots. Now we are getting serious and talking with Charlie Kemp of the Wallace H. Coulter Dept. of Bioengineering about the current ...
    • Minute Physics 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Reich, Henry (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-01-23)
      Henry Reich, the talented artist behind the popular YouTube series MinutePhysics joins us to discuss this popular animated video series that teaches physics in about a minute.
    • The Miscibility of Science & Music 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Everett, Steve; Hud, Nick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-02-29)
      Steve Everett, Professor of Music and Director of the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence at Emory and Nick Hud, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Center for Chemical Evolution at Georgia Tech join use ...
    • The Miscibility of Science and Humor 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Lee, Tim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-06-15)
      Scientist turned comedian, Tim Lee, will join us to discuss if science and humor actually mix. Tim will be performing at the Relapse Theater near the Georgia Tech campus on Saturday June 18th at 8pm.
    • Models - off the Runway 

      Ludovice, Peter J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-09-26)
      One of the most useful tools in science is the model. While many of these are quantitatively written as mathematical equations, it is often their qualitative form that is most useful in understanding scientific phenomena. ...
    • More than Manure: How Fertilizer Changed the World 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Roy, Amit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-12-01)
      Amit Roy, President and CEO of the IFDC will talk with us about how fertilizer technology has changed, and is continuing to change the face of the planet. The IFDC is a public international organization that helps sustain ...
    • Most Illogical 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Lefton, Lew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-07-13)
      Call in with your best example of logical or illogical behavior as fodder for discussion on how the use of logic is the fundamental difference between science and engineering and other human endeavors.
    • The Music of Science 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; Harvey, Stephen C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-04)
      We’ll be joined by our friend and former guest Steve Harvey from the School of Biology here at Georgia Tech. We will be listening to some of the music from a new album entitled “Here Comes Science” by the group They Might ...