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Episode 57: Geckos Optional

Trisha, Diego, Lisl, and Nora shares how other Stanford scientists are designing gecko-like pads that enables people to walk up buildings. Yes, just like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible. Plus, how did cucumbers get so tasty? And our hosts reveal the secrets of sex… for queen termites.

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Episode 25: A new way to Array

Lisl, Diego, Dave and guest host Dr. Mary Cavanagh speak with graduate students Jason Buenrostro and Lauren Chircus on building new technologies, RNA-protein interactions, and strawberry-rhubarb pies. Plus, we cover a newly discovered female penis and what really happens during conception (articles not related!).

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Episode 10: Fishy Love

Trisha, Nick, Lisl, and David cover mate selection in fish, a new way for cells to communicate, and why we should keep sending researchers to Antarctica, even if they require rescuing from time to time. Plus, two bonus songs from Trisha and our weekly game show returns!

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Episode 9: Beer Goggles Optional

Join David, Diego, Alisa, and Nick for our very first “Beer Goggles Optional.” We kick back with cold drinks to share our favorite articles: a landmark cancer study in the 70’s to honor the late Janet Rowley, non-invasive sequencing of the DNA of human eggs, and the real reason that Dave might take after the dinosaurs.

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Episode 6: You’ve got a friend in poo

Trisha, Alex, Alisa, and David interview co-first authors Jessica Ferreyra and Katharine Ng on gut bacteria. Plus, regenerating salamander limbs and what type of uranium is Iran enriching for anyway?