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  • Moon Deliveries
    NASA
    43:58
    Science
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    On Episode 158, Chris Culbert and Camille Alleyne, project manager and deputy project manager, respectively, for the Commercial Lunar Payload Services initiative, explain how NASA will use commercially-built and -operated landers from American companies to send payloads to the surface of the Moon.

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  • A New Hope For Corals
    SciFri
    16:32
    Science
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    After years of bad news for the aquatic icons, some good news out of Florida.

  • Should We Conserve Parasites? Some Scientists Say Yes
    SciFri
    16:54
    Science
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    A group of scientists are building a defense for parasites—and have put together a plan to conserve species.

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  • Cosmic Queries – Sharks
    StarTalk Radio
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    To celebrate shark week, Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Jordan Klepper, and shark scientist Jasmin Graham answer your fan-submitted Cosmic Queries about sharks – megalodons, shark attacks, the “science” of Sharknado, and more! NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Thanks to our Patrons Yakov Goldberg, Sebastian Roser, Tomasz Lubomirski, Gilz Taboada, Britney Dejesus, Jeff Haynes, Tony Biell, and Stacy Brown for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Elias Levy / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0).

  • Bringing Up A Baby—During A Pandemic
    SciFri
    17:26
    Science
    1,022

    For parents of new babies, the pandemic creates new hurdles.

  • Pubertal adversity alters chromatin dynamics and stress circuitry in the pregnant brain
    Nature Research
    09:28
    Science
    489

    It’s understood in epidemiological research that women who experience trauma during puberty are at significantly higher risk for affective disorders such as depression and anxiety when they become pregnant. And so Tracy Bale, a professor in the departments of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, has done several studies using mice to try to model and understand this effect. In her latest paper in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, she and her colleagues set out to study just what was happening to make the mouse brain so vulnerable to stress and trauma during puberty, and how this was activated during the hormonal onslaught of pregnancy. Have a listen to learn more! Related article; https://www.nature.com/articles/s41386-020-0634-y

  • Dealing With The Aftermath Of Iowa’s Devastating Derecho
    SciFri
    12:16
    Science
    1,052

    Last week, a severe inland storm hit the Midwest like a hurricane. Scientists and experts explain why they can be hard to predict.

  • Hereditypod - In search of sponges
    Nature Research
    28:08
    Science
    528

    Motivated by a series of mass mortalities, a team of marine biologists voyaged across the Caribbean in search of a poorly understood organism – the vase sponge. Join Dr Sarah Griffiths (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Prof. Donald Behringer (University of Florida) as they discuss the complex population genetic structures they uncovered, and the potential impact of their spongy discoveries on marine conservation and restoration efforts. Associated article: Oceanographic features and limited dispersal shape the population genetic structure of the vase sponge Ircinia campana in the Greater Caribbean https://www.nature.com/articles/s41437-020-0344-6

  • Artificial Intelligence and Sports
    StarTalk Radio
    58:38
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    Will AI change sports? Has it changed sports already? Neil deGrasse Tyson, co-hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice, IBM’s Noah Syken and Second Spectrum’s Rajiv Maheswaran investigate how artificial intelligence is impacting sports.   NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/artificial-intelligence-and-sports/ Photo Credit: Second Spectrum

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  • 571 - The Address Book
    Science For The People
    58:21
    Science
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    We don't really notice street addresses, but they're integral to how modern society works. They've become integral to our identity in ways we don't really notice... until we don't have one. But where did street addresses come from? Who decides what names or words can be addresses? And how does a government's approach to addresses impact its people? This week host Rachelle Saunders speaks with lawyer and writer Deirdre Mask about her new book "The Address Book: What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power".

  • SLIME 01 VOCALS DC1 Preview
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    Preview of new HISSandaROAR sound library: https://HISSandaROAR.com

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Game Changing Development Program
    NASA
    36:29
    Science
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    NASA Game Changing Development Program Executive Niki Werkheiser discusses advancement of space technologies that could lead to new approaches for future space missions.​

  • WSS S5E1: Lessons from the World's Smallest Monarchy
    Science at Western
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    Science
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    Dr. Graham Thompson from the Department of Biology joins Western Science Speaks to compare and contrast the social hierarchies of humans and bees. Dr. Thompson also describes the evolution necessary for these honey producers to thrive within the world’s smallest monarchy.