Carnegie Science Center launches new podcast




 

 

Science news and Q’s Pittsburgh’s resource for answers to science questions

Carnegie Science Center is encouraging people to “listen up” to the latest endeavor making science education fun for everyone: a new bi-weekly podcast available for download.

Science News and Qs or SNaQ is the fun way to get current science headlines, delve more deeply into cool science topics, and find the answers to burning science questions. Hosted by veteran science educators Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe, each half-hour program includes a discussion of current science events, as well as information on fascinating subjects such as space telescopes, dragonfly wings, and the science behind that most vital of substances: coffee.

Listeners are actively encouraged to submit show ideas and their own questions to SNaQ via SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or by calling the SNaQ line at 412-237-3327. SNaQ staffers will sift through the questions and select some of the most interesting or topical to be featured in a future episode. New episodes of SNaQ are released on the first and third Tuesday of every month and are available for free on iTunes, snaq.podbean, or through a link on Carnegiesciencecenter.org/about/connect.