University Researchers Featured in Public Television Podcasts
Release Date: 05-01-2008
Vermont Public Television's newest series, "Emerging Science," produced in partnership with Vermont EPSCoR, the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, features the work of nearly 20 University of Vermont researchers and entrepreneurs. Six of those professors are also featured in a series of podcasts related to the show, posted on VPT's website.
Watch this podcast to see Chris Landry, professor of chemistry, discuss the role of nanotechnology in improving cancer-fighting drugs:
Or, read the transcript.
Other featured professors in the "Emerging Science" podcasts include: Beverly Wemple, associate professor of geography; Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, Vermont state climatologist and associate professor of geography; Mary Watzin, director of the Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory and professor of natural resources; Christian Skalka, assistant professor of computer science; and Walter Varhue, professor of electrical engineering.
Watch the rest of the "Emerging Science" podcasts, and subscribe, on VPT's website.
Read more about the series, funded by Vermont EPSCoR, in this related story.