David, Carmen, and Kristen discuss a newly-cultured archaeon, depth perception in cuttlefish, and a recent investigation into reporting standards for clinical trials。
Nora, Emily, and Amanda talk about climate prediction models, moving maple trees, and humans getting cooler.
Nora, Rebecca, and Emily discuss ice skating physics, a newly-discovered defense against Salmonella infections, and environmental scientist Jane Lubchenco.
Emily, Dave, and Amanda discuss the sustainability of tuna fishing, the unusual patterns of drug delivery in hospitals, and groundwater movement and contaminants。
Emily interviews the author of a paper linking the microbiome to ALS. Plus, Emily, Carmen and Rebecca talk about finding hidden rock bridges and lost cities.
Emily, Abhijit, and Kristen discuss how mouthwash affects post-exercise blood pressure, the rate of information transfer across several languages, and the winners of the Breakthrough Prize in science.
Abhijit, Emily, and Carmen are joined by new host Courtney to talk about how eggs can communicate, immune cells attacking immune cells, and arctic warming。
Emily, Abhijit, and Rebecca discuss how Strawberry poison frogs might react to global warming, the eyes of baby jumping spiders, and the use of lab mice as model organisms in immunology.
Greg, Emily and Amanda are joined by guest Mathieu Ardyna, a Stanford scientists studying how deep sea hydrothermal vents affect plankton populations。 Plus, hear about the long term effects of nuclear testing on the Marshall Islands and a brand new type of apple。