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KQED's QUEST Science Radio

KQED's QUEST Science Radio

QUEST is a multi-media series from KQED, exploring local stories and people who impact science, nature and environmental issues across ...

The Salmon are Back! (But Why?)

Biologists say more than 800,00 Sacramento Chinook are off the coast right now. Its the biggest number they've seen since 2005.

Feds Pay For Out of the Box Energy Ideas

Did you know the federal government has a clean tech venture fund It's called ARPA-E, and QUEST talks with the head of the program about ...

Tsunami Program Faces Cuts One Year After Disaster

Just one year after the disaster in Japan, proposed budget cuts could impact the US tsunami warning program.

Lone Wolf's Historic Trek Provokes Questions and Concerns

OR7, the lone gray wolf from a pack in Oregon, crossed back into his home state yesterday after two months of wandering in Northern ...

Eavesdropping on the Heart: A Patients Campaign for Access

You could call it a sort of Silicon Valley approach to health Campos has had his genome sequenced he sleeps with a sleep monitor, and goes ...

Building Better Roads with Next Generation Pavement

A third of Bay Area roads are in poor condition and funding is dwindling on the state and federal level. Thats something Congress is ...

The Bay Area's National Park Expands South

The addition of Rancho Corral de Tierra is historic, 'the largest land acquisition for Golden Gate National Recreation Area pretty much ...

Surgeons Seek Kid-Sized Tools for the Operating Room

If youve ever spent time in Silicon Valley or among hi-tech entrepreneurs, you may have heard the term Valley of Death. Its used to ...

California Pushes to Get Clean Cars on the Road

California officials are considering the toughest regulations in the country to promote sales of cars powered by batteries, hydrogen fuel ...

Six Bay Area Cities Play the Waiting Game

This month may be the moment of truth for six Bay Area communities. Each one is vying to be the new home of a high-profile national ...

Think Tiny: The Science of New Year's Resolutions

Want to keep a New Year's resolution One Stanford professor says to give up on lofty goals. Instead, focus on tiny habits.

A Census for the Birds

Grab your binoculars and checklist The annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count is under way. During the last two weeks of the year, from dawn ...