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 Do you know who were the first man and woman in space? How about what makes HIV different than your garden variety case of influenza? And who decided to organize the elements into a periodic table? Find out the answers to these questions, and learn about significant science-related anniversaries and  more by listening to the “This Week in Science History” podcast, hosted by Genevieve Abbiss!

This Week In Science History: March 11th-March 17th

Mar 25, 2013

On This Week In Science History, we have the birthday of the most well-known physicist, Albert Einstein. We'll talk about his contributions to science, as well as the first professional female astronomer, the farthest object in our solar system that we've identified, and when the first two-way phone call was made!

This Week In Science History: March 18th-March 24th

Mar 25, 2013

On This Week in Science History, we've a family that included 3 generations of scientists, an artist in space, an inventor who made the most efficient engine of his time  and later mysteriously disappeared, and more! 

This Week In Science History: March 4th-March 10th

Mar 8, 2013

Do you know who were the first man and woman in space? How about what makes HIV different than your garden variety case of influenza? And who decided to organize the elements into the periodic table? Find out the answers to these questions and more by listening to “This Week in Science History” podcast!