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Snacks 42 -- It's a GAS!!!

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dc.contributor.author Merrick, Scott
dc.contributor.author Miller, Scott H.
dc.date.accessioned 2009-01-07T23:05:35Z
dc.date.available 2009-01-07T23:05:35Z
dc.date.issued 2008-08-21
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1803/1959
dc.description Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Snacks 4 the Brain! - Podcasts - Snacks 42 -- It's a GAS!!!" Scott Merrick talks about Girls and Science Summer Camp (a.k.a. GAS Camp), a project of the Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach, and shares audio clips from the camp. One clip is from a session dealing with how physical anthropologists determine the sex of a skeleton; in another clip, Merrick talks to some of the girls at lunch. The podcast opens with an audio clip from the horror spoof movie "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra," leading to the line, "I'm a scientist--I don't believe in anything." Three songs performed by Scott H. Miller are also included, as is a "tech tip tidbit" about how to transfer huge computer files easily. en
dc.format.extent 39:02
dc.format.mimetype audio/mpeg
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher Vanderbilt University en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Snacks 4 the Brain! en
dc.subject Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (Motion picture) en
dc.subject Girls and Science Summer Camp en
dc.subject Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach en
dc.subject Science education en
dc.subject.lcsh Women in science en
dc.subject.lcsh Science camps en
dc.subject.lcsh Science -- Study and teaching en
dc.subject.lcsh Physical anthropology en
dc.subject.lcsh Computer files en
dc.subject.lcsh Human remains (Archaeology) en
dc.subject.lcsh Human skeleton en
dc.title Snacks 42 -- It's a GAS!!! en
dc.type Recording, oral en
dc.type Podcast en
dc.description.college Vanderbilt University. Medical Center en


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    Snacks 4 the Brain! is a podcast program brought to you by the Center for Science Outreach.

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