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Science Knocks is an animated podcast for kids hosted by Naina Bhanoo, age five and her mother, the former Observatory columnist for The New York Times. Please rate our podcast if you like it!

ScienceKnocks (Audio) - a five year old interviews scientists. The Bhanoos

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Science Knocks is an animated podcast for kids hosted by Naina Bhanoo, age five and her mother, the former Observatory columnist for The New York Times. Please rate our podcast if you like it!

    Smart humans and helpless babies, with Celeste Kidd

    Smart humans and helpless babies, with Celeste Kidd

    It's a paradox that humans are so smart, yet our babies are so helpless. The Science Knocks team spoke to Celeste Kidd of the University of Rochester to find out why. Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    • 6 Min.
    Wild Tomatoes fight whiteflies, with Thomas McDaniel

    Wild Tomatoes fight whiteflies, with Thomas McDaniel

    Everyone loves a good summer tomato. This week, the Science Knocks team talks to Thomas McDaniel of Newcastle University and finds out about how the domesticated tomato differs from the wild tomato. And, we find out how the wild tomato might help us keep the tomatoes we eat free of pesky whiteflies. Full story at http://nyti.ms/1QtAywQ Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    Cavemen eating Tortoises, with Dr. Ran Berkai

    Cavemen eating Tortoises, with Dr. Ran Berkai

    Four hundred thousand years ago, hunter-gatherers living in what is now Israel supplemented their diet with roasted tortoises, according to Dr. Ran Barkai of Tel Aviv University. Sindya Bhanoo, The New York Times Observatory columnist, and her daughter talk to Dr. Barkai to find out more. Full story at http://nyti.ms/1Wf70Es Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    • 2 Min.
    Prairie Vole hugs, with Dr. Larry Young

    Prairie Vole hugs, with Dr. Larry Young

    Do animals hug and snuggle? Do they make each other feel better? Sindya Bhanoo, The New York Times Observatory columnist, and her daughter talk to Dr. Larry Young to find out. Full story at http://nyti.ms/1Sa3YDm Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    • 3 Min.
    Bugs in Homes, with Dr. Matt Bertone

    Bugs in Homes, with Dr. Matt Bertone

    Learn about the bugs that live in our homes from Dr. Matt Bertone as he talks to Sindya Bhanoo, The New York Times Observatory columnist, and her daughter. Full story at http://nyti.ms/1QrjyqB Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    • 3 Min.
    Roman Toilets with Dr. Piers Mitchel

    Roman Toilets with Dr. Piers Mitchel

    Sindya Bhanoo, of The New York Times science section, and her daughter talk to Dr. Piers Mitchell about two thousand year old poop, worms in your tummy, and toilets. Read the full story in the science section of The New York Times - http://nyti.ms/1RuXfDy Please take a moment to rate our podcast if you like it!

    • 3 Min.

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