The Polar Bear Adventure
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
1w ago
Polar bears! Join us as we learn more about these white, fuzzy, and adorable-yet-dangerous bears of the Arctic! Biologist Andrew Derocher will take us on a polar bear adventure with helicopters, an angry cub, and super cool science. Tune in to learn more about these majestic creatures! MEET OUR FEATURED SCIENTIST DR. ANDREW DEROCHER Dr. Andrew Derocher is a biologist and professor at the University of Alberta. He studies ecology, conservation, and of course, polar bears! He wants to protect polar bear populations and analyzes climate change and its relation to polar bears. In 2012, he publish ..read more
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Winter Road Trip Adventure!
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
1M ago
Going on a holiday road trip? Listen to our new Blizzard Road Trip episode on the way! Enjoy four snowy Tumble episodes as Marshall braves a blizzard! Tune in to liven your winter ride and stay tuned for more episodes in the New Year! Want to learn more and access our transcripts? Here are the pages for this road trip's episodes: The Great Seal Count The People of the Snow The Power of Pika Scientists The Volcanic Eruption Adventure ..read more
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Do Aliens Exist?
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
1M ago
Are we the only ones out there? How likely is it that we’ll find intelligent alien life on other planets? And if we do, what will it be like? With help from astrobiologist Dr. Kaitlin Rasmussen and zoologist Dr. Arik Kershenbaum, we’ll uncover the secrets of the universe! MEET OUR FEATURED SCIENTISTS DR. KAITLIN RASMUSSEN Dr. Kaitlin Rasmussen is an astrobiologist at the University of Washington/Virtual Planet Laboratory, and author of forthcoming book, Life in Seven Numbers, the Drake Equation Revealed. As you would hope, her research focuses on the Drake Equation in attempt at calculating ..read more
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Making A Difference Pack
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
2M ago
Taking a road trip? Need some fun? No worries! Listen to our new Making A Difference Pack. You’ll find three awesome Tumble episodes all inspired by the spirit of giving back. Tune in to hear how you can make a difference and how scientists around the world are doing so too. Want to learn more and access a transcript? Here are the pages for this pack's episodes: ,How to Be A Helping Scientist ,What To Do About Trash? ,Reinventing the Wheel ..read more
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How Do Toilets Work?
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
2M ago
When you have to go, where does it go? Prepare for some potty humor as we hear from engineer Francis de los Reyes. In this episode, you'll hear all about toilet science and history. What did people do before toilets? And how can toilet science flush to the future? MEET OUR FEATURED SCIENTIST DR. FRANCIS DE LOS REYES Dr. Francis de los Reyes is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at North Carolina State University. He researches and teaches proper wastewater treatment and sanitation, improving the lives of developing countries. Here's a short introduction video from his univers ..read more
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Tumble's Halloween Science Special
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
3M ago
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! https://youtu.be/pbBzFaEfkak We hope you and your family have a great Halloween, filled with fun, candy, and science! Didn't catch our broadcast in collaboration with New England Public Media? No worries! Watch this ANIMATED re-broadcast on YouTube! Check out the blog posts for these episodes and other Halloween specials: ,The Tomb of the Animal Mummies The Jack O'Lantern Science Mystery The Science of Candy Land The Mask of the Crow Scientist We Ain't Afraid of No Ghosts ..read more
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The Tomb of The Animal Mummies
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
3M ago
Ever wonder what a mummy smells like? Or why millions of animals were mummified - including baboons? We climb into ancient tombs with Egyptologist Salima Ikram, to discover the science and culture of animal mummies. Salima is a real life tomb adventurer, cautious of scorpions and curious about the dead. Join us this Halloween as we excavate the secrets behind mummies! Hear more from Salima in a bonus interview episode available on our ad-free Patreon feed! It’s available for just $1/month when you pledge to support Tumble at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. MEET OUR FEATURED SCIENTIST! SALIMA IKRAM ..read more
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Conviértete en un explorador marino - Transcripción
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
3M ago
Haga clic aquí para el blog en inglés Transcripción: Nuria [00:00:00] Hola, soy Nuria. Álvaro [00:00:01] Y yo soy Álvaro. Bienvenidos a Tumble en Español, el podcast donde exploramos historias de descubrimientos científicos. Nuria [00:00:08] Hoy, nos subimos a bordo de un barco llamado Nautilus, que explora el fondo del océano para que todos podamos verlo. Álvaro [00:00:16] ¿El Nautilus? ¿Te refieres al submarino del famoso libro de Julio Verne, "Las 20 mil leguas submarinas"? ¿Conoceremos el capitán Nemo? Nuria [00:00:24] Vamos a conocer a alguien aún mejor que el Capitán Nemo. Una joven expl ..read more
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Explorando en los límites del Sistema Solar - Transcripción
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
3M ago
Haga clic aquí para el blog en inglés Transcripción: Nuria [00:00:00] Hola, soy Nuria. Álvaro [00:00:01] Y yo soy Álvaro. Bienvenidas y bienvenidos a Tumble, el programa donde exploraremos historias de descubrimientos científicos. Nuria [00:00:08] Hoy conoceremos la increíble historia de un descubrimiento revolucionario, que cambió completamente la manera en la que vemos el universo. Álvaro [00:00:17] El Cinturón de Kuiper es un grupo de objetos celestes pequeños y helados que se encuentran más allá de Neptuno. Nuria [00:00:24] Astrónomos de todo el mundo lo estudian, pero hasta hace muy poco ..read more
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La ciencia de la caca - Transcripción
Tumble | Science Podcast for Kids
by Elliot Hajjaj
3M ago
Haga clic aquí para el blog en inglés Transcripción: Nuria [00:00:00] Hola, soy Nuria. Álvaro [00:00:01] Y yo soy Álvaro. Bienvenidas y bienvenidos a Tumble, el programa donde exploraremos historias de descubrimientos científicos. Nuria [00:00:09] Hoy vamos a hablar sobre algo que todos hacemos. Algo, que producimos como desperdicio. Álvaro [00:00:16] Es marrón. Huele mal. Es un poco asquerosa. ¡Es caca! Nuria [00:00:21] Vamos a emprender un viaje dentro del cuerpo humano por el espacio. Y también visitaremos un centro de investigación, para que conozcas el lado científico de la caca. Álvaro ..read more
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