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, Kristen, Amanda, and Adam discuss plastic in the oceans, partially revived pig brains, and the importance of communicating when research has been done IN MICE!
Nicole D, Nicole F, and Abhijit talk about the creation of the first ever photo of a black hole, how brain stimulation can improve memory, and an apple-related mystery。
格鲁竞技Adam, Nicole D, and Abhijit discuss how sleep deprivation might kill you, running LEDs in reverse, and the latest and greatest in auto-complete.
格鲁竞技Adam, Nora, and Amanda dig deep into energy week with Paricha and Jeff from the Stanford Energy Club, including the future of how we use and think about energy, and recent innovations in the energy sector!
Emily, Amanda, and Kristen discuss gene drives in mice, foot posture and animal size, and how implicit bias impacts pain perception.
Nora, Dave, and Nicole talk about eye cells that make us sad in the winter, levitation with sound, and solving math problems with an amoeba.
Emily, Amanda, and Dave talk about how archaea tolerate acidic environments, how we can use sugar to treat cancer, and why we want to squeeze all the cute things.