Irena, Derrick and Amanda talk about determining the make-up of our universe, how our retinas process images to send to our brain, and finding our passions。
This week, Nicole interviews Stanford Bioengineering graduate student Mira Moufarrej, who shares some of her recently published work on predicting preterm births. Plus, Derrick describes the costs of poor healthcare and Nora takes on the misrepresentation of scientific findings.
Emily, Amanda, and Abhijit talk about uncovering the history of potential life on Mars, the success rate of brain surgery in ancient Peru, and finally why your ability to resist marshmallows does not determine your success.
In this episode, Greg explains how diet can extend the lifespan of a fruit fly, Nicole tells us how brain responds to different tastes, and Nora discusses a new brain imaging technique。