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Debating when death begins, and the fate of abandoned lands
Building big dream machines, and self-organizing landscapes
The value of new voices in science and journalism, and what makes something memorable
More precise radiocarbon dating, secrets of hibernating bear blood, and a new book series
Why not vaccinate chickens against avian flu, and new form of reproduction found in yellow crazy ants
How the Maya thought about the ancient ruins in their midst, and the science of Braille
Compassion fatigue in those who care for lab animals, and straightening out ocean conveyor belts
Battling bias in medicine, and how dolphins use vocal fry
Shrinking MRI machines, and the smell of tsetse fly love
Earth’s hidden hydrogen, and a trip to Uranus
Using sharks to study ocean oxygen, and what ancient minerals teach us about early Earth
Visiting a mummy factory, and improving the IQ of … toilets
Peering beyond the haze of alien worlds, and how failures help us make new discoveries
Why is the end cutting off? I get the intro for the essays of students and about 10 seconds of a response...then the podcast ends.
Pretty scary stuff...
So sad that what we feared at that time about coronavirus become true
this is just discrimination against majority groups. We should be fighting and educating against discrimination and oppression, not flipping it backwards.
Identity politics and affirmative action should have NO place in science and academic excellence — especially when the current/future of human health and lives are involved.
Hi...I'm looking for transcriptions for this podcost...where can I find them?!...tnx
I remember there was some imaging about people having sex, maybe it was x-ray rather that MRI?
Good podcasts, very interesting to hear the latest scientific discoveries and research. Alot of it is way over my head but I still enjoy it and hopefully I will learn something from it.