In this special episode, Katie gathers some of our favorite stories about sleep。 Curl up under a warm blanket and prepare for some winter hibernation!
Kristen takes us through three past segments all about CRISPR genome editing. Several past hosts discuss editing genes in sperm cells, how CRISPR could be used to treat HIV, and why we aren’t quite ready to try this out yet in humans.
This week we rebroadcast episode 199, where Natalie explains why we should fear an ancient otter, Derrick shares first steps towards liquid metal robots, and Chelsea answers some listener mail about quantum computing in the workplace.
Rebroadcast。 Natalie, Derrick, and Amanda tell us about the origins of protein and the genetics of synesthesia, as well as a special Women’s Day feature about Natalie’s questions about female scientists asking questions。
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, Derrick flips our perspective with a segment on time crystals and Amanda uses mistletoe parasites to question the definition of life. Plus, Nicole F describes some challenges in applying machine learning to healthcare data.
In this episode we zoom back a million and a half years in time with Nicole to watch a species merge and unfold。 Then Derrick brings us back to the present to talk about a brand new superconductor。 Finally, Jonathan tells us how our bodies help tattoos stand the test of time。
格鲁竞技Natalie, Derrick, and Amanda tell us about the origins of protein and the genetics of synesthesia, as well as a special Women’s Day feature about Natalie’s questions about female scientists asking questions.
This week, Nora tells us what’s new with the motion of the ocean and Emily will tell us how cold can make you sleepy. Plus, Natalie closes the show with a Crazy Creature Corner on Australia’s plan to give carp STDs (and other crazy things).