Episode: Understanding the Anthropocene extinction, regenerating cartilage, autism and touch, a prosthetic that feels and where’s my Lyme vaccine?


Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio Logo
Subscribe
Understanding the Anthropocene extinction, regenerating cartilage, autism and touch, a prosthetic that feels and where’s my Lyme vaccine?
Understanding extinction — humanity has destroyed half the life on Earth; Could we prevent arthritis by regenerating cartilage?; Building a better cyborg leg — adding a sense of touch to artificial limbs; People with autism might be suffering from an oversensitivity to touch; Why isn't there a Lyme disease vaccine for humans?

Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio
Users who viewed this episode also viewed...

Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio > Scott Kelly spent a year in space - and it literally changed him

Scott Kelly on spending a year in space and experiencing 'Infinite Wonder'

Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio > Understanding the coronavirus, cyborg jellyfish, judging cat pain, an AI knows how you dance and Canada’s newest and youngest astronaut

Tracking coronaviruses post SARS — how science has made for rapid response; Wiring jellyfish for speed — what modding a sea creature can tell us about the ocean; Me-owch — could resting cat face tell us about kitty’s pain?; Forget face recognition — an AI can tell who you are by how you dance; Canada’s newest astronaut is a scientist fascinated by fire.
Comments (0)

Login or Sign up to leave a comment.

Log in
Sign up

Be the first to comment.