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Episode 153: Thrifty genes and ancient blue jeans

Whether you’re into thrifted genes or super vintage jeans, this is the episode for you!
Natalie, Emily, and Scott explore whether genes that are now linked to obesity used to be linked to surviving famines and how our jeans may have always been blue.

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Episode 39: Phage Noir

This week, we present a film-noir inspired story of a hunt for an elusive phage virus. We also have our steamiest section ever, as our hosts unveil a new steam producing method that can revolutionize clean energy. Finally, is curing HIV Mission Impossible? Maybe not if we harness the genome editing powers of CRISPR.

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Episode 27: Of Mice and Men

Trisha, Emily, Diego, and David break down the World Health Organization’s report on antibiotic resistance, and how Alzheimer’s may be defeated through recycling. Plus, the group explores an incredible story involving, mice, sweaty man shirts, and a cardboard cutout of Paris Hilton. Also, be sure to share what tiny critter you’d be scared of becoming antibiotic resistant in our question of the week.