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O-H-I-O - Bone Cancer in Children
This episode of O-H-I-O starts billions of years ago with the origins of life as traced by physicists at Ohio State working at the Large Hadron Collider at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Next, visit the unique laboratories directed by university nutritional and diet experts who set up shop inside COSI, one of the nation's premier children's science museums. Then, learn what dogs can teach us when it comes to bone cancer in children through the work of a team of cancer experts, including Dr. Cheryl London with the Oncology/Hematology Service at the Veterinary Medical Center. Finally, travel to Safford, Arizona, for a look at the Large Binocular Telescope where Ohio State astronomers and researchers are getting an unprecedented look at gamma bursts, galaxies, black holes, and supernovas.