Granite Geek
Episode 40: Science Cafe talks about archaeology

Episode 40: Science Cafe talks about archaeology

April 22, 2019

The next Science Cafe will be held at Makris Lobster and Steak House on April 24. RSVP at 603-225-7665.

Episode 39: Testing the Impossible Burger

Episode 39: Testing the Impossible Burger

April 17, 2019

The Granite Geek went out to dinner and decided to do an experiment: taste-testing a beef and meatless burger. 

Episode 38: N.H. town approves municipal broadband project

Episode 38: N.H. town approves municipal broadband project

April 10, 2019

The small town of Chesterfield, New Hampshire, is moving forward with a municipal broadband project shortly after a state law made it easier for communities to do so. 

Episode 37: New tech could do it all in your home

Episode 37: New tech could do it all in your home

April 3, 2019

A New Hampshire company is looking to harness Brayton-powered energy system to heat and cool your home, produce electric and heat water. 

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Episode 36: The battle against antibiotic resistance

Episode 36: The battle against antibiotic resistance

March 27, 2019

Granite Geek discusses a recent conference in which medical stakeholders, state officials and others gathered to tackle antibiotic resistance. 

Episode 35: Science Cafe Concord N.H. returns with genes, forensics and privacy

Episode 35: Science Cafe Concord N.H. returns with genes, forensics and privacy

March 19, 2019

Access to a growing number of genetic databases, like genealogy sites such as Ancestry and 23 and Me, are helping law enforcement solve criminal cases, sometimes decades-old cold cases. But what does it mean for personal privacy? A panel of experts will take your questions at the next Science Cafe at Makris Lobster House on Sheep Davis Road in Concord on Wednesday, March 27, at 6 p.m. 

Episode 34: Mars on Earth experiment

Episode 34: Mars on Earth experiment

March 19, 2019

Granite Geek talks to Concord native Erika Rydberg about her research at Plymouth State University and her upcoming trip to the Mars Desert Research program in Utah. 

Episode 33: Hope in the bug world

Episode 33: Hope in the bug world

March 7, 2019

Researchers are starting to warn of the "insect apocalypse" but the N.H. state etymologist says it may be too early to panic. 

Episode 32: Mark your calendars for solar eclipse … in 2024

Episode 32: Mark your calendars for solar eclipse … in 2024

February 27, 2019

David Brooks discusses the total solar eclipse those in Northern New Hampshire will be able to view in 2024. 

Episode 31: Road salt correlates to metals in water

Episode 31: Road salt correlates to metals in water

February 19, 2019

Granite Geek covers two topics in one with a look at a recently released study that found that road salt correlates to metals in water.