Catalyst: Better-living for dogs in shelters

Friday, April 16, 2021

Steve Filmer from the Catalyst follows ASU Canine Scientist Lisa Gunter as she travels to Minnesota for fieldwork; her focus is… could we improve dog shelters in ways that would make dogs less stressed, dogs that are happier and more “adoptable” to humans? Science is looking for ways to make dog shelters better. They are […]

Catalyst: Bacteria to improve autism symptoms

Friday, April 16, 2021

Because of the coronavirus, everyone has had to start wearing face masks. Masks cause a lot of difficulties for people but are necessary for public health. Masks make it harder for people to hear the tone of others’ voices and hear social cues. Steve Fillmore, from the Catalyst, looks at and compares how wearing a mask to autism.

Catalyst: Cancer research in dogs

Friday, April 16, 2021

Close to 50-percent of pet dogs will at one point be diagnosed with cancer. That compares with a nearly 40-percent rate of diagnosis for men and woman. the most recent episode of Catalyst on AZ PBS looks at promising new research into how curing cancers in dogs might help find cures for cancer in humans.

Catalyst special airs tonight

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Explore our relationship with “man’s best friend” through three stories about canine-related research, including a cancer therapy that might work for dogs and humans, and research into the design of dog shelters. Plus, we’ll look at how treating digestive problems is reducing symptoms of autism and the anti-microbial possibilities of clay.

Border Sheriffs perspective on Immigration Executive Orders

Thursday, March 4, 2021

President Biden orders a “pause” on border wall construction. Horizonte host, Jose Cardenas talked with Cochise County Sheriff Dannels about his assessment of the current situation at the Southern border along with his perspective on stopping construction of the border wall and other immigration Executive Orders signed by President Biden.

ASU researchers use bacteria to improve autism symptoms

Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021

Because of the coronavirus, everyone has had to start wearing face masks. Masks cause a lot of difficulties for people but are necessary for public health. Masks make it harder for people to hear the tone of others’ voices and hear social cues. Steve Fillmore, from the Catalyst, looks at and compares how wearing a mask to autism.

Border Sheriffs perspective on Immigration Executive Orders

Friday, Feb. 5, 2021

President Biden orders a “pause” on border wall construction. Horizonte host, Jose Cardenas talked with Cochise County Sheriff Dannels about his assessment of the current situation at the Southern border along with his perspective on stopping construction of the border wall and other immigration Executive Orders signed by President Biden. Dannels has served on the border for 37 years. He […]

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