WFIU: A Moment of Science A Moment of Science is a daily audio podcast, public radio program and video series providing the scientific story behind some of life's most perplexing mysteries.
WFIU: A Moment of Science

WFIU: A Moment of Science

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A Moment of Science is a daily audio podcast, public radio program and video series providing the scientific story behind some of life's most perplexing mysteries.

Most Recent Episodes

Why Howler Monkeys Are Changing Color

Scientists think that pesticides are causing Costa Rican howler monkeys to change color.

What Groundhogs Are Really Looking For

Around the first week of February, male groundhogs emerge from hibernation to start looking for female groundhogs.

How Fruit Flies Learn To Behave

Fruit flies are capable of learning behavior and passing it down to subsequent generations.

Human Echolocation

Scientists have shown that many blind people develop enhanced hearing abilities.

Massive Cave Found In Canada

A newly discovered cave could very well be tens of thousands of years old, and dangerous to explore.

Magpie Egg Hormones

Magpie jays are omnivorous and known for their intelligence, curiosity and boisterous vocalizations. Some magpies behave very differently from others.

Global Warming May Happen More Rapidly Than Previously Thought

According to a new report issued by the United Nations, immediate solutions to global warming are needed to prevent the most serious effects of climate change.

Orangutans Dwelling On The Past

There are signs that orangutans are communicating about the past, the first evidence that primates other than humans have that ability.

The Unexplained Appearance of Oumuamua

Scientists have discovered the first ever object from interstellar space in the solar system.

Silent Bees

Citizen scientists were involved in a fascinating study of multiple bee populations.

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