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Have texting and Twitter killed the period? Are hashtags and emoji becoming the new form of online punctuation? Join John Dankosky on Science Friday a look at the evolution of digital language. And as NASA continues to investigate manned travel to Mars, what are the health challenges astronauts could face along the way?

Fri, Jul 29, 2016 -- 11:00am

Recently on Science Friday:

Jul 22, 2016
Hr2: Atomic Data Storage, Living in Political Bubbles, Leaping Electric Eels, Women of the Apollo 11 Mission

A look at the problems with living in a political bubble, and the stories of women who wrote code for the Apollo 11 mission.

Jul 22, 2016
Hr1: News Roundup, Open Access Research Papers, The Future of Robotics

Will all research papers be open access in the future? Plus, we explore the robots of the past and how they might be designed in the future.

Jul 15, 2016
Hr2:Tracking Online Terrorist Networks With Math Models, Pokemon Go and Augmented Reality, Science in Ghostbusters

Repurposing mathematical models to track extremist networks on social media. Plus, finding nuggets of science in the new Ghostbusters.

Jul 15, 2016
Hr1:News Roundup, Direct-Injection Engines, Recycling Questions, Health Effects of Racism

How does racism affect the mental and physical health of people of color? Plus, sorting out your questions about reducing, reusing, and recycling.

Jul 08, 2016
Hr2: Heat Waves, Blocking Cell Phone Cameras, Building Better Violins

Self-taught scientist and luthier Carleen Hutchins brought new scientific rigor to violin-making. Plus Apple patents a technology that could stop our phones from recording concerts, and an epidemiologist looks at how many deaths extreme heat could cause, and how we can prevent them.

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