Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Science Songs on the Internet

Hi everyone! Today's selection is a podcast from the Future Tense show produced by American Public Media. In this podcast, Brian Cooley talks about science songs that can be found on the Internet. This podcast was posted to the web on 5 December 2005 at:


The show notes included:

"University of Washington biology lecturer Greg Crowther believes in the power of song to teach about metabolism, neuroscience and energy production in muscle cells. Crowther has written many songs about science that you can find on the Internet. In fact there are thousands of science songs out there on the 'Net. Some are meant to instruct, others to entertain. Nearly all have a high cornball factor."

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Future Tense is a daily program that chronicles the social impact of computers, the Internet, and technology in general. Future Tense is produced by American Public Media.


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