Emily, Chelsea, and Derrick talk about massive craters on the bottom of the ocean, General Relativity, and more on DNA editing.
Nora, Charlie, and Emily talk about whether climate change is going to mess with ocean circulation and try to count ALL the fish in the sea. Plus, a quick aside on what makes the holidays happy.
It’s the return of Beer Goggles Optional with Dave, Diego, Lisl, Emily, Ted, and Steven. On World Oceans Day, we discuss the top ten things that are killing our oceans. Diego shares a story about falsified science and the political impacts. Finally, Ted and Steven goes deep into fracking… well not that deep.
This week we cover the advent of a new 3D mammogram that can improve breast cancer detection. What’s more dangerous? An octopus arm or a KFC Doubledown? Our hosts discusses the way octopuses avoid tangling their arms and how a high fat diet can trigger allergies and auto-immune diseases.
Trisha, Emily, Greg, and David welcome Dr. Mahalia Miller to discuss her work on monitoring earthquakes using Twitter. Mahalia combines tweets with seismic data to provide better data for first responders and for traffic networks. The group also discusses a clinical test to rule them all (hint: it’s initials are NGS). And don’t miss an awesome new song by Trisha and Emily!