Week 7: Here be dragons

In Week 7, we will take a closer look at the image shown at the left. What could it be? Submit your guess via email (rtnanonetwork@ncsu.edu), on Twitter (@RTNNsocial) or Facebook, or in the comments section below.

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Week 6: Roar! No claws for concern

In Week 6, we looked at hair from humans, dogs, and three big cats: Nakobi the cougar, Mama the serval, and Riley the tiger. Big thanks to Carolina Tiger Rescue and Katie Cannon for guest hosting. We asked Katie several questions about Carolina Tiger Rescue and the animals during the show.

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Week 5: What’s cooking?

In Week 5, we looked at ingredients found in peanut butter cookies like flour, peanuts, sugar, salt, and egg(shell)s! Check out the recipes linked below.

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RTNN Take-out Science featured in Duke Engineering News

RTNN’s Take-out Science was highlighted today by Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering. The article describes the roots of the popular program and its plans for the future. RTNN staff members Holly Leddy, Phillip Strader, and Maude Cuchiara provide their thoughts on how the program helps to build the scientific community during the coronavirus pandemic. Read the entire article online here.

Week 4: Say it, don’t spray it

In Week 4, we looked at different types of textiles including materials used in face masks and other protective clothing. Phillip Strader co-hosted the show and shared his expertise.

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