The Sound of Science WNIJ and NIU STEAM are partnering to create "The Sound of Science," a weekly series explaining important science, technology, engineering and math concepts using sound. The feature will air at 1:04 p.m. Fridays as a lead-in to Science Friday.
The Sound of Science

The Sound of Science

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WNIJ and NIU STEAM are partnering to create "The Sound of Science," a weekly series explaining important science, technology, engineering and math concepts using sound. The feature will air at 1:04 p.m. Fridays as a lead-in to Science Friday.

Most Recent Episodes

The Sound of Science - 'Vision Rehabilitation Pt. 1'

The Sound of Science (June 25, 2021)

The Sound of Science - 'Happening Here at NIU'

The Sound of Science - 'Happening Here at NIU'

The Sound of Science - 'Leaving the Pandemic Cocoon'

The Sound of Science - 'Leaving the Pandemic Cocoon'

The Sound of Science - 'The Intricacies of Friendship'

The Sound of Science - 'The Intricacies of Friendship'

The Sound of Science - 'Vision Rehabilitation Pt. 2'

The Sound of Science - 'Vision Rehabilitation Pt. 2'

The Sound of Science - 'Lifelong Learning'

The Sound of Science - 'Lifelong Learning'

The Sound of Science - 'Engineering Cheesecake'

Dr. Brynteson: Welcome WNIJ listeners to The Sound of Science. I'm Kristin Brynteson, director of NIU STEAM. Today I'm joined by Dr. Muthuswamy, associate professor in the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. Welcome.

The Sound of Science - 'Industrial Engineering'

Dr. Brynteson: Welcome WNIJ listeners, I'm Dr. Kristin Brynteson, director of NIU STEAM. Today, I have Dr. Muthuswamy, associate professor in the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology joining me in the studio.

The Sound of Science - 'Severe Weather Research'

KC: Welcome to The Sound of Science of WNIJ. I'm K.C. from and today we're joined by Dr. Victor Gensini for today's episode. Thanks for joining us.

The Sound of Science - 'Tornado Alley'

KC: Welcome to the Sound of Science on WNIJ. I'm K.C. and today we're joined by Dr. Victor Gensini from Northern Illinois University and today's topic is Tornado Alley, but does Tornado Alley really exist?