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Created by: Fun Kids
Started: July 11th, 2020
Status: Active, 134 episodes
This week Dan is chatting to Anna Horleston, Planetary Seismologist all about the recent information from NASA’s InSight Mars Mission – which will help us figure out just what Mars is made of! We also find out the gross way that Echidnas keep cool in Australia – the clue is in the title!
This week Dan is chatting to natural world expert and science advisor to Beano, Helen Pilcher! Are scientists trying to bring back woolly mammoths?! How are they going about this? Helen tackles this and other prolific scientific mysteries, such as… the optimal fart noise according to maths. Ground-breaking stuff!
Happy New Year, it’s a brand new episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly! We’ve got tons of cool science to kick off 2023. This week, Dan chats to animal expert Clara Wilson on how dogs can tell when we’re stressed, and where this research could lead in the future!
It’s the end of 2022, and Earth has completed another calendar orbit around the sun. A lot of science has happened in that time! Let us reflect…
Ho to the power of three, it’s a Christmas Eve episode of Science Weekly! This week Dan chats to neuroscientist Daniel Cameron about what makes us move… can a rhythm inspire a dance? How about low frequencies? And why is dancing something human beings love to do?? It’s not like eating, which keeps us alive. Do we just do it for fun? Or is there something else going on…
Science in the News kicks off this week’s episode with a report on NASA’s unmanned Orion capsule launch! Find out when NASA will put human beings back into space… and the James Webb space telescope found GL-z13, the most far away galaxy we’ve ever discovered!
In this week’s episode, Dan chats to Professor Dame Sue Black about what it means to study the human body. Is science a way to solve mysteries? Listen to what an expert thinks!
Guess what? It’s time for another week’s Fun Kids Science Weekly! In this episode, Dan talks to Dr Manon Schweinfurth about her research on chimpanzees and how, like us human beings, they naturally match each other’s walking pace!
When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.
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