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Created by: Jennifer Swanson / Jeff Gonyea

USA 6-1011+

Started: March 29th, 2022

Status: Active, 100 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Where Could We Find Life in the Solar System?
33:06 | Season: 8 | Episode: 197 | February 20th, 2024

We now know that the universe is vast and filled with billions of stars. But where could we find life? It’s such a big place to search, so why not start with our own solar system. What are we doing to search for life here? Natasha Carr, a PhD candidate studying physics and space science at the University of Leicester, has a lot of thoughts about this. She is sharing them with us today. Don’t miss this excellent out-of-this-world episode! 

How Long Can Humans Live Underwater?
28:51 | Season: 8 | Episode: 196 | February 13th, 2024

Humans have live over a year in space, but how long can they live underwater? Not many people can answer that question, but our amazing guest can. Known as Dr. Deep Sea, Dr. Joseph Dituri has spent 100 days living underwater. He is on our show to tell us what it was like and how exciting it was to experience the ocean up close! 

How Can You Use Music to Get Kids Excited About STEM?
39:57 | Season: 8 | Episode: 195 | February 6th, 2024

How can you get kids excited about STEM? Put it to music! That’s exactly what our guest today has done. Victor Villegas is a Digital and Technology Coordinator for Oregon State University by day and the “DroneSinger” at night! You’ll want to tune in to hear how Victor turns STEM topics in to amazing music and songs.  You may even get to hear one performed on the show! 

Why Do Science at Sea?
29:25 | Season: 8 | Episode: 194 | January 30th, 2024

Have you ever wondered how scientists learn about the ocean? They do science at sea! We have Science Communicator Erin Winick Anthony who is currently onboard the Joides Revolution ship as the scientists study cores of the ocean floor to learn about climate change (Jan 2024). This episode includes a fun video on our website so be sure to check that out! 

How Can You Prepare for the Total Solar Eclipse?
30:13 | Season: 8 | Episode: 193 | January 23rd, 2024

Are you aware that there will be a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024? This amazing event doesn’t happen very often, so you should really try to see it. But how can you prepare to see one? Dan Schneiderman, Eclipse Partnership Coordinator at the Rochester Museum and Science Center is here to give us tons of tips. Don’t miss this awesome episode or the eclipse!

How Do You Study the Smallest Things?
32:32 | Season: 8 | Episode: 192 | January 16th, 2024

Welcome to the 8th season of Solve It for Kids! We start our new season off right by exploring some of the tiniest things in the universe… particles you can’t even see. Dr. Katy Grimm, associate professor of physics at Cal State University East Bay and her research is performed at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research that operates the large Hadron Collider. In other words, Dr. Katy is one of the best people to answer our episode topic because she STUDIES some of the smallest things in the universe! 

The BEST of Launching a Rocket!
31:12 | Season: 7 | Episode: 191 | January 9th, 2024

The Solve It for Kids Podcast team is on their last week of holiday break. Please enjoy this out-of-the-world episode about launching rockets. You’ll hear clips from guests who are talking about getting ready for a launch, moving rockets, and what it’s like to blast off in a rocket. 

The BEST of Energy and Engineering
28:52 | Season: 4 | Episode: 190 | January 2nd, 2024

Happy 2024! The Solve It for Kids Podcast team of Jennifer and Jeff are still on holiday break. We have left you a few clips from some of our favorite episodes about energy and engineering. Get ready to … learn how to get energy from the wind, learn how drinking water gets to your house, and also how you get materials from the Earth. Such wonderful STEM topics to explore! 

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Created by: Jennifer Swanson / Jeff Gonyea
Started: March 29th, 2022
Status: Active, 100 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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