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Social Searching on the 'Net; Prime Numbers; Ireland's Animals
Time-length-icon 26m 39s
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Publish-date-icon January 21, 2011
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The cover of 'Ireland's Animals, myths, legends & folkore' by Niall Mac Coitir [Credit: Gordon D'Arcy].

The Question Is

Can we improve the quality of our Internet searches through co-operation? We ask Barry Smyth, Professor of Computer Science at UCD.

Writers' Room 

We speak to Niall Mac Coitir, author of 'Ireland's Animals, myths legends and folklore' 

What's it All About?

Prime numbers are the most basic building blocks of mathematics. Professor Des McHale, a mathematician at UCC, explain what prime numbers are, and why they are important to us all. 

To contact the show, email: sciencespinning@dublinclityfm.ie 

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