“One Force Driving Deadlier Wildfires? People,” Science Friday
Associate Professor of Biology Erin Questad discusses habitat restoration following wildfires on this national radio program.
“There’s Hope on the Horizon for Pesticide-Averse Consumers,” Successful Farming
Scientists at Cal Poly Pomona recently won the prestigious IPM Achievement Award for developing a method of raising parasitic wasps to be a natural predator of the ACP.
Biochemistry Professor Rakesh Mogul was the lead author of a study, with numerous student co-authors, that provided the first biochemical evidence that some bacteria can feed on the chemicals used to try to kill them.
Rakesh Mogul, professor of biochemistry, interviewed about his co-authored study that found microbes eat the cleaning products meant to kill them.
“How microbes survive clean rooms and contaminate spacecraft,” SpaceDaily.com
Biological Chemistry Professor Rakesh Mogul discusses his co-authored study that found the first biochemical evidence explaining why microbe contamination exist in clean rooms used to build equipment for space exploration.
“Portrait Of: ‘The Latinos of Asia,’” Latino USA radio program on National Public Radio
Interview with Professor Anthony Ocampo, author of the book The Latinos of Asia, discusses his book, his experience growing up in Los Angeles as a Filipino-American and what his research tells us about the link between Filipinos and Latinos.
LatinoRebels.com said, “If you listen to one podcast today” they recommend the Latino USA interview above.