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To listen to the Women In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ON THE AIR! radio programs you must have:

  • A sound card in your computer and speakers or earphones, or an mp3 player.
  • A 24 kbps or faster internet connection. (Most dial-up connections will work.)

Download free audio player and listen on your computer:

You probably already have an audio player, such as Real Player or Windows Media Player, on your computer. If not, you can download one free! Click here to downlaod Real Player. Look for the free player. Click here to download Windows Media Player. Select the player identified for your operating system.

Once the player has fully downloaded, you must open and run the program to complete the setup. To listen to to the Women in Science programming, simply click on the "Listen" button next to each story and your downloaded player will automatically open and begin playing.

Download a podcast and listen on your computer or mp3 player:

You can subscribe to a podcast of the Women in Science programming by clicking on the "Download Podcast" button next to most stories. This will take you to a webpage where you will simply select the icon for your podcast application (e.g., iTunes, Podnova, etc.). This will launch your podcast application and the most recent story will begin playing. Future stories will automatically download to your application.

If you have immediate questions or are having trouble listening to program, please contact the Women In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ON THE AIR! info line at or 518-465-5233, x169.

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