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Episode 156: ​​Spooktacular Science

In honor of Halloween, hosts Natalie, Lisl, and Scott go scientific trick or treating. We find out whether or not the universe is expanding, if GMO crops are saving the world, and if the spectre Patient Zero truly spread a deadly disease to an entire continent.

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Episode 67: NSYNC with science

Dave, Greg, Lisl, and Chelsea discuss a revival of ‘N Sync! No, it’s not the boy band from the 1990’s; it’s the National Synchrotron that will cost $900 million dollars. We also cover a story about a patient’s whose disease was cured when her chromosomes shattered, and our physicist duo introduces us to Superfluids.

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Episode 54: Jamming colon cancer!

Trisha, Chelsea, Greg, and Diego are joined by Dr. HoJoon Lee, an expert in colon cancer. Our hosts and HoJoon explore how big data and genetics are helping us identify the drivers of this disease. Plus, how bats can jam each other’s signals and one of the steamiest game shows ever.

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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 7: He’ll be the death of me!

Lisl, Nick, Diego, and Trisha interview Dr. Travis Maures on how the presence of male worms can shorten the lifespan of neighboring worms. The hosts also discuss how science is presented in the media and a link between gut bacteria and autism.