Science And Stuff [Radio Ulster]

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Virtual cake baking, affective computing, plus sci-fi writer Jo Zebede.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

Emer Maguire tries her hand at virtual cake baking, finds out about the expanding world of affective computing and meets local sci-fi writer Jo Zebede. Plus, how will NI born astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s pledge of over two million pounds to encourage girls to study science impact on pupils here ? Chris Baranuik explains how fish might be smarter than we think and Joe McNally has all the latest in Weird Science.

Emer Maguire tries her hand at virtual cake baking, finds out about the expanding world of affective computing and meets local sci-fi writer Jo Zebede. Plus, how will NI born astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s pledge of over two million pounds to encourage girls to study science impact on pupils here ? Chris Baranuik explains how fish might be smarter than we think and Joe McNally has all the latest in Weird Science.

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Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of our rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

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Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of our rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

01012018082620180830 (RU)

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world, in a programme featuring homegrown innovators in Northern Ireland and global thinkers around the world. The programme is crammed with interviews, innovations, news stories and experiments (with the proviso of “Don’t Try These At Home ?).

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of our rapidly changing world.

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Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world, in a programme featuring homegrown innovators in Northern Ireland and global thinkers around the world. The programme is crammed with interviews, innovations, news stories and experiments (with the proviso of “Don’t Try These At Home ?).

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It wasn’t just guys in garages in Pao Alto who helped to invent the internet. As Emer Maguire discovers in her conversation with writer Claire L. Evans, Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program in the Victorian era, Grace Hopper, a mathematician who enlisted in the navy during the Second World War, was the ‘third programmer of the world’s first computer’ and, in 1990 Stacy Horn, founded Echo, a NYC-based online service filled with people who logged in everyday to talk about work, love and what's on TV

Also, how local stories are being told on digital platforms with the local entrepreneur behind story telling site Best of Belfast.

Plus, more strange stories from our Weird Science correspondent Joe McNally

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

01022018090220180906 (RU)

It wasn’t just guys in garages in Pao Alto who helped to invent the internet. As Emer Maguire discovers in her conversation with writer Claire L. Evans, Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program in the Victorian era, Grace Hopper, a mathematician who enlisted in the navy during the Second World War, was the ‘third programmer of the world’s first computer’ and, in 1990 Stacy Horn, founded Echo, a NYC-based online service filled with people who logged in everyday to talk about work, love and what's on TV

Also, how local stories are being told on digital platforms with the local entrepreneur behind story telling site Best of Belfast.

Plus, more strange stories from our Weird Science correspondent Joe McNally

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

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Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

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Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

01042018091620180920 (RU)

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of our rapidly changing world.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

Emer Maguire explores the science and technology of the rapidly changing world, in a programme featuring homegrown innovators in Northern Ireland and global thinkers around the world. The programme is crammed with interviews, innovations, news stories and experiments (with the proviso of “Don’t Try These At Home ?).

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Emer Maguire tries her hand at virtual cake baking, finds out about the expanding world of affective computing and meets local sci-fi writer Jo Zebede. Plus, how will NI born astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s pledge of over two million pounds to encourage girls to study science impact on pupils here ? Chris Baranuik explains how fish might be smarter than we think and Joe McNally has all the latest in Weird Science.

Virtual cake baking, affective computing, plus sci-fi writer Jo Zebede.

Exploring the world of science and technology.

01042018091620180920 (RU)

Emer Maguire tries her hand at virtual cake baking, finds out about the expanding world of affective computing and meets local sci-fi writer Jo Zebede. Plus, how will NI born astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s pledge of over two million pounds to encourage girls to study science impact on pupils here ? Chris Baranuik explains how fish might be smarter than we think and Joe McNally has all the latest in Weird Science.

Virtual cake baking, affective computing, plus sci-fi writer Jo Zebede.

Exploring the world of science and technology.