In December 2009, I worked with WGBH-FM to create the NOVA Minute—an ongoing series of short science radio pieces that aired regularly in Boston during drive time.

Each segment is 60-90 seconds long, and features a different scientist giving a short explanation of a topic relevant to his or her field. Themes ranged from discussions of Einstein’s theory of relativity to firsthand accounts of what it’s like to work in space. In total, I produced more than 130 of these pieces.

Hear selected NOVA Minutes below.

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