Handedness and the Zoo on the BBC

There’s a brief segment on BBC’s Science in Action programme on Galaxy Zoo in general and the handedness result (which many of you followed on the blog and helped with the bias study.). The mp3 will only remain on their website for a week, so go get it now!

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6 responses to “Handedness and the Zoo on the BBC”

  1. Joseph K. H. Cheng says :

    Interesting and informative program ! Thanks, Kevin.

  2. Alice says :

    Nuts question, but has it already gone? I found the bit where it describes your talk, but the only link was to http://www.galaxyzoo.org . . .

  3. Waveney says :

    Click on “Listen” above the article. I listened yesterday, its still there today.

  4. Alice says :

    The people studying the increased rainfall as a result of global warming could do the same thing all over the world using the Galaxy Zoo method! They were using satellite data over a large area. That is JUST what environmental science needs – lots of people, and lots of education and power to the people.

    (Alice, your hobbyhorse is exhausted. Put it back in its stable and let it eat.)

  5. matbaa says :

    The people studying the increased rainfall as a result of global warming could do the same thing all over the world using the Galaxy Zoo method! They were using satellite data over a large area. That is JUST what environmental science needs – lots of people, and lots of education and power to the people

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