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The gang busts out their best equations for Mathematical Biologist Dr. Kit Yates, who takes comedians Sophie Buddle (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Nima Gholamipour (The Slowest Show), and Adam DiMarco (The Magicians, The Order) on a journey into why Tuxedo Cats are so freakin' well dressed.Dr. Kit Yates is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mathematical Sciences and co-director of the Centre for Mathematical Biology at the University of Bath. His latest book, The Math of Life and Death: 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives, is an equation-free look at how mathematics governs every aspect of the world around us.Get down and digital with us on the π–œπ–”π–—π–‘π–‰ π–œπ–Žπ–‰π–Š π–œπ–Šπ–‡!Kit Yates:@Kit_Yates_Maths on TwitterSophie Buddle:@SophieBuddle on Twitter@SophBuds on InstagramListen to Sophie's Podcast Obsessed with Sophie BuddleNima Gholamipour:@NimaGholamipour on InstagramAdam DiMarco:@AdamDiMarco on Twitter@AdamDiMarco on InstagramOhhhh mama he's a gamer β€” watch him play on Twitch @AdamDiMarcoAnd of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow. Perhaps even tweet at Jesse, who's thrilled that Jan isn't just safe for once.
The gang takes a deep dive into everyone's favourite part of the fish: the eyeballs. Guest scientist Tareq Yousef illuminates how we see light and dark for comedians Alistair Ogden, Alannah Brittany, and Ryan Beil. We also consider calling the ethics committee on Ryan, who is maybe torturing French Salmon.Get down and digital with us on the π–œπ–”π–—π–‘π–‰ π–œπ–Žπ–‰π–Š π–œπ–Šπ–‡!Tareq Yousef:@tareqneuro on TwitterAlistair Ogden:@Alistair_Ogden on Twitter@AlistairOgden on InstagramAlannah Brittany:@AlannahBComedy on TwitterRyan Beil:@RyanBeil on TwitterSee him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service! (broadcast online during lockdown too!)And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow. Perhaps even tweet at Jesse, who is just a boy (and life is a nightmare!)
Great science comes in teeny tinsy teeny packages, as the gang discovers when Dr. Roshan Achal does his level best to explain atomic-scale manufacturing. Helping him assemble big ideas atom-by-atom, we have Ronald Dario, Allie Entwistle, and Mark Chavez on the line. Let's get small.Discovery the glory of ones and zeros with us on the π–œπ–”π–—π–‘π–‰ π–œπ–Žπ–‰π–Š π–œπ–Šπ–‡!Dr. Roshan Achal:Find out more about his work on his personal website@TheSmilentist on TwitterRonald Dario:@ronalddario on TwitterAllie Entwistle:@AllieEnt on Twitter@AllieEnt on InstagramWhen Kerri Met Allie - A Rom Com PodcastMark Chavez:@TheMarkChavez on TwitterExperience more Chavez on the great podcast This Sounds SeriousSee him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service!And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow. Perhaps even tweet at Jesse, who is just a boy (and life is a nightmare!)
The gang interrupts the important work of sustainable plastics researcher Dr. Love-Ese Chile, who probably should've told her lab-mates that she was taping a podcast that day. Dialing into this episode, we have the brilliant comedic stylings of Tim Carlson, Rae Lynn Carson, and Peter Carlone, who are hell-bent on classifying plastic based on its smell, altitude, and level of mysteriousness.Give us nice wet e-kisses after getting consent from us ~ o n l i n e ~Dr. Love-Ese Chile:Find out more about her work on her personal websiteTim Carlson:@TimWCarlson on Twitter@TimWCarlson on InstagramSee him play D&D on Twitch!Rae Lynn Carson:@RaeLynnCarson on Twitter@RaeLynnCarson on InstagramPeter Carlone:@PeterCarlone on TwitterCheck out his amazing podcast, This Time It's DifferentAnd of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow. Perhaps even tweet at Jesse, and tell him your favorite things made out of plastic!
The gang lowkey ruins the research of guest microbiologist Morgan Alford, as Abdul Aziz (back and still angry at Alistair from last week), Kelli Ogmundson (in a top secret upcoming Canadian TV project), and Aaron Read (trying to find the answer to 'art') take us on a journey to a not-so-distant future where we will be forcing people to live underwater.Become our friends on "cool" places "online" like Nexxopia and MySpace:Morgan Alford:@micbmoe on TwitterAbdul Aziz:@AbdulAzizComedy on TwitterCheck out Abdul's DnD podcast Spout Lore, and follow along on TwitterKelli Ogmundson:@KelliOgmundson on TwitterAaron Read:@GULLBARF on TwitterWatch him perform with the legendary Sunday Service! Every Sunday night at 9pmAnd of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow. Perhaps even tell Jesse that you read the show notes and think he's a good boy. Who knows!
The gang enters the Matrix of superfluids, as physicist Pramodh Senarath Yapa unleashes his inner Β³He-Man on comedians Amy Shostak, Alistair Ogden, and Abdul Aziz.Enter the ~~ o n l i n e ~~ matrix for more from our guests:Pramodh Senarath Yapa:@PramodhYapa on TwitterSuperconductivity: The Musical! (Dance Your PhD Winner)Personal SiteAmy Shostak:@ShostakAttack on TwitterPersonal SiteAlistair Ogden:@Alistair_Ogden on Twitter@AlistairOgden on InstagramAbdul Aziz:@AbdulAzizComedy on TwitterCheck out Abdul's DnD podcast Spout Lore, and follow along on TwitterAnd of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow
Rat researcher Kaylee Byers tells us some tall tails about her favorite rodent, as Taz Van Rassel, Ronald Dario, and Amy Shostak get tongue-tied.Discover our amazing guests ~~ o n l i n e ~~Kaylee Byers:@kaylee_byers on TwitterTaz Van Rassel:See him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service! (broadcast online during lockdown too!)Ronald Dario:@ronalddario on TwitterAmy Shostak:www.amyshostak.caAll three of our comedians on this episode are teachers at Blind Tiger Comedy, where you too can learn to be very funny indeed. They're doing online classes at the moment, and there are always new ones to sign up for!And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelΒ 
Physicist Pietro Giampa is on the hunt for Dark Matter, deep down in an Ontario mine. This week, he gives the lowdown on Dark Matter to Rae Lynn Carson, Kevin Lee, and Alistair Ogden, any of whom may be that person blowing huge bubbles down at Granville Island...It's been a while since the last episode, because we wanted to give some space to more important things happening on the internet in the last few weeks in the wake of George Floyd's murder. We produce this podcast here in Vancouver BC, so we'd love you to consider donating to Hogan's Alley Society - A fantastic non-profit that advocates for Black Vancouverites who have endured the legacies of urban renewal and their erasure from the official historical narrative.We're also looking for BIPOC to be on the podcast! If you're a Black scientist or comedian, give us a shout on Twitter - we'd love to get in touch.Discover our amazing guests on the ~~ i n t e r n e t ~~Pietro Giampa:@PietroGiampa on TwitterRae Lynn Carson:@RaeLynnCarson on Twitter@RaeLynnCarson on InstagramKevin Lee:www.kevinkevinleelee.comSee him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service! (broadcast online during lockdown too!)Alistair Ogden:@Alistair_Ogden on Twitter@AlistairOgden on InstagramCheck out his fantastic stand-up showcase Comedypants!And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelΒ 
#2: Tubey and/or Goopy

#2: Tubey and/or Goopy

2020-04-2941:33

Marine biologist and conservationist Julie Dimitrijevic has spent a fair share of her time studying microplastics in bivalves - specifically the Blue Mussel. On this episode, she's kind enough to share her research with Christine Bortolin, Tim Carlson, and Ryan Beil, who seem a little overly focused on pseudo-feces.Follow our amazing guests on the WORLD WIDE WEBS!Julie Dimitrijevic:@JulieDAndTheSea on TwitterTim Carlson:@TimWCarlson on Twitter@TimWCarlson on InstagramRyan Beil:@RyanBeil on TwitterSee him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service! (broadcast online during lockdown too!)Christine Bortolin:@TheOnlyBortolin on TwitterSee her every Tuesday night in Little Mountain Improv (also broadcasting during lockdown!)And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow
#1: Pangea Sank?

#1: Pangea Sank?

2020-04-1233:14

Peter Crockford is an earth historian, geochemist, geobiologist, and all-round good guy. On this, the first-ever episode of Science Telephone, Peter teaches Alistair Ogden, Ryan Beil, and Christine Bortolin about ancient biospheres and they ruin it completely.Follow this week's guests on the INTERNET!Peter Crockford:@GeoPete4 on TwitterAlistair Ogden:@Alistair_Ogden on Twitter@AlistairOgden on InstagramCheck out his fantastic stand-up showcase Comedypants!Ryan Beil:@RyanBeil on TwitterSee him every Sunday night in the Sunday Service! (broadcast online during lockdown too!)Christine Bortolin:@TheOnlyBortolin on TwitterSee her every Tuesday night in Little Mountain Improv (also broadcasting during lockdown!)And of course, follow us on Twitter at @SciTelShow
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