Adam, Rebecca, and Amanda talk about mice’s reaction to pheromones, how sign languages evolved all around the world, and new methods of preserving the honey bee population。
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.
Abhijit, Carmen, and Courtney discuss unstable isotopes and the human impact on the environment from both plastic pollution and cryptocurrency。
Nicole interviews Margaret Antonio and Hannah Moots about ancient Roman DNA; and Nicole, Nora, and Katie talk about the brain processing vision and getting scooped in science.
Amanda, Carmen, and Kristen talk about fungi with plants, fungi in the pancreas, and the geology of Machu Pichu.
Emily, Dave, and Amanda discuss the sustainability of tuna fishing, the unusual patterns of drug delivery in hospitals, and groundwater movement and contaminants.
Carmen, Kristen, Dave, and new host Katie talk about rats playing hide and seek, cancer drugs working in unexpected ways and the potential for NK cells in cancer therapies。