Tanzania

Science, Tech & Environment

Citizen science project needs your help to catalog Africa's great animals

Tracking Africa's wild animals requires a lot of science, a little technology and a whole lot of hard work. One project need your help in getting that work done. It's called Snapshot Serengeti, and it hopes to use the general public to catalog the millions of images that researchers take in one park in Tanzania.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo Answer/Global Hit

We're looking for the largest river in Tanzania in today's Geo Quiz. The answer is the Rufiji River. We'll stay in Tanzania for the Global Hit, but it's a group based far from the river. They're called the Pommern Village Choir, and they sing about their need for fresh water in their town.

Science, Tech & Environment

Citizen science project needs your help to catalog Africa's great animals

Tracking Africa's wild animals requires a lot of science, a little technology and a whole lot of hard work. One project need your help in getting that work done. It's called Snapshot Serengeti, and it hopes to use the general public to catalog the millions of images that researchers take in one park in Tanzania.

Health & Medicine

Key finding on AIDS

Scientists studying chimps in Tanzania have made a discovery that could change our understanding of AIDS. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the study's lead author, Beatrice Hahn of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. On PRI's The World.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo Answer/Global Hit

We're looking for the largest river in Tanzania in today's Geo Quiz. The answer is the Rufiji River. We'll stay in Tanzania for the Global Hit, but it's a group based far from the river. They're called the Pommern Village Choir, and they sing about their need for fresh water in their town.

Science, Tech & Environment

Citizen science project needs your help to catalog Africa's great animals

Tracking Africa's wild animals requires a lot of science, a little technology and a whole lot of hard work. One project need your help in getting that work done. It's called Snapshot Serengeti, and it hopes to use the general public to catalog the millions of images that researchers take in one park in Tanzania.

Health & Medicine

Key finding on AIDS

Scientists studying chimps in Tanzania have made a discovery that could change our understanding of AIDS. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the study's lead author, Beatrice Hahn of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. On PRI's The World.