Innovation host Cara Hetland visits with NPR Science reporter Joe Palca and editor Flora Lightman about their book "Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us."
Ann Bartuska, Deputy Under Secretary for USDA's Research, Education and Economics Mission Area, talks about $1,785,000 in grants awarded to South Dakota State University and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to advance biofuels research.
The world's smallest heart pump was used for the first time in South Dakota. Dr. Adam Stys, Carolyn Poppenga and Chris Kudera from Sanford Health performed the procedure. Also in today's third segment, Cara Hetland's conversation with David Hintz, the Warning Coordination Meteorologist in Aberdeen. Hintz was SDPB's guest scientist at Wednesday's Science Cafe in Watertown.
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