Any real estate agent will tell you, when you look for a place to live...it's location, location, location. We all like to make a home in a nice, livable neighborhood. But what makes a neighborhood livable? Some extremely small organisms can live in some extremely nasty places.
Today on the Best Of Our Knowledge, our Astrobiology series continues with a look at the extreme environments some microbial life calls home.
We'll also spend an academic minute with science fiction that's not quite fiction any more.
What did you do on your last vacation? Hit the slopes for some skiing, fly to an island for a little sun and, oh I don’t know, maybe discover a new form of Eukaryotic life? Today on the Best Of Our Knowledge, our Astrobiology series continues with the discovery of this unique form of life…and what it means for the study of the origins of life on Earth.
We'll also spend an academic minute letting you know what arraignments to make if you ever want to sleep with a lemur.
WAMC Morning Edition host David Guistina chats with Nick Osborne, Vice President of Program, Partnerships, Learning and Advocacy for the organization CARE about the humanitarian aid they are providing for those in the Philippines following destruction in the wake of typhoon Haiyan.
WAMC’S Morning Edition Anchor David Guistina speaks with Noel Liberty, Founder of the Music Studio and a member of the New York State Music Teachers Association , Sarah Goodrich, Executive Director of Schoharie Area Long Term, Inc. (SALT), and Abby Bemis, a 15-yr old Music Studio pianist and volunteer at SALT about the Music Marathon Fundraiser tomorrow for those still effected by Hurricane Irene.
WHERE: Colonie Center Mall, Colonie, New York.
WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.