Chelsea and Jonathan talk to the March for Science – SF organizers Dr. Monique Smith and Kristen Ratan about the march and what they hope to achieve.
On this week’s free-flowing Beer Goggles, Jonathan, Paul, and Nicole share their favorite ‘AHA’ moments in science, and some of the grueling follow-up work that turned those ‘bolts-of-lightning’ into new knowledge and technologies.
Natalie, Emily, and Jonathan discuss Diego the tortoise, animal superpowers, and a meta study on science news.
Emily, Nora and Jonathan are joined by guest Rohan Mehta from the Dish on Science! Join them as they talk about their favorite Dish articles, including studying the spread of disease using Twitter and a new model organoid.
Natalie, Emily, and Jonathan talk about all things genes today. A new DNA bases pair, Gene Drive, and a jump down the rabbit hole about exoplanets.
Psychology grad student Yuan Chang Leong joins Natalie, Nora, and Nicole to talk about using the show Sherlock to explore how different people store memories – and we’re more similar than you might think! Plus, a three-round game show helps us crown a scientist of the week.
On this week’s evolution-themed Beer Goggles, Chelsea explains a bamboo-zling observation about panda ‘thumbs,’ Nora tells us how our cells became different from bacteria, and Emily shares some general context about the theory that unifies biology.
This week, Natalie, Chelsea, and Emily talk about Dinosaur necks, Dinosaur muscles, and even Dinosaur feathers in a booze-lovin’, know-nothin’ Beer Goggles!
Lisl, Rupa, and Scott discuss an impossible rocket engine, fetal alcohol syndrome, and a promising genetically modified tobacco plant.