Anyone who has watched television crime dramas has heard the term “forensics” plenty of times. Forensic science can be key in solving crimes. But what, then, is forensic psychiatry?
Eric was in a hospital wondering if he was dying. A nurse whispered a question in his ear, and set him on a worldwide journey.
Sometimes tragedy can cause some good.
Stan Ulanski has been studying weather and climate for more than 30 years, Bruce Hayden, for at least a decade longer.
You may have heard that the “Higgs Boson” is a sort of holy grail for physicists.
Notice any unusual weather recently? Has it caused any new challenges in your garden?
Wondering how the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on health care, and the associated political fallout, might affect Virginia?
For decades Virginia psychologists Phyllis Koch-Sheras and Peter Sheras have operated counseling practices independent of each other.
Do you know what happened in June … 200 years ago? A lot of other people don’t either.
That's why author John Stagg will be our guest talking about his newest book, The War of 1812: Conflict for a Continent.
J.C.A. Stagg, Ph.D. - Author, The War of 1812: Conflict for a Continent (Cambridge, 2012). Professor of History and Editor-in-Chief, The Papers of James Madison at the University of Virginia.
How much do you know about what your government is doing?