Science Magazine Podcast: Episodes

Science's Meghan Sachdev interviews Jon Vernick and Rebecca Peters about the book "Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis".
Thomas Mueller untangles the genetic and social learning aspect of bird migration, Zhigang Suo discusses new uses for improved stretchable and transparent ionic conductors; Jop de Vrieze talks about the promise of poop.
Andrew Ludlow unveils the world's most precise clock, Susan Baserga talks about the unsolved mystery of ribosomopathies, Robert Irion discusses the first privately funded mission to defend earth against asteroids, and more.
Listen to stories on preventing pesticide suicides, RNAi for bugs, manipulating the plant immune system, and more.
Science's Nisha Giridharan interviews Eric Miska about the idea that RNA can be transferred between organisms and function in communication and environmental sensing.
Listen to stories on dangerous buildings, a malaria vaccine, post-publication peer review, and more.
Richard Norris talks bout what the ocean's past can tell us about our climate future; Jessica Blois looks for patterns in biotic interactions under changing climates; Sonia Altizer discusses how infectious diseases may change; Eli Kintisch focuses on migrating marshes.
James Lupski talks about human mosaics;Susumu Tonegawa describes incepting memories into mice; John Bohannon reports on science and politics in Turkey.
Maria-Paz Gutierrez talks about sustainable architecture; Richard Stone describes the ongoing debate about an isthmus miracle; Christopher Webster discusses the isotope ratio of Mars' atmosphere.
Claire Magnon talks about how autonmoic nerves contribute to prostate cancer development; William Ellsworth cautions about the hazards of human-induced earthquakes; Elizabeth Pennisi describes how beetles get their sparkle.
Wilfred van der Wiel talks about ultrahigh magnetoresistance at room temp; Simone Riehl traces the roots of agriculture in Iran; Virginia Morell describes results from putting bird brains through PET scanners.
Edward Stone describes signals sent from Voyager as it reaches the edge of the solar system; Ferran Garcia-Pichel discusses climate change's effect on microorganisms; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel outlines a personalized technique to fight cancer.
Meghna Sachdev chat with Science's new Editor-in-Chief Marcia McNutt about her plans for the magazine's future.
Katrin Amunts discusses a new, ultra-high resolution map of the human brain; David Clary talks about the 100th anniversary of Niels Bohr’s atomic theory; Jeff Mervis asks how long U.S. research institutions can stay on top; and more.
Stewart Cole compares the genomes of modern and thousand-year-old leprosy; James Famiglietti reveals what GRACE tells us about Earth’s water; Richard Kerr discusses what EarthScope will tell us about the geophysics of North America; and more.
Meghna Sachdev chat with Science's new Editor-in-Chief Marcia McNutt about her plans for the magazine's future.
Hans Clevers discusses stem cells' potential for studying development and curing disease; John Travis addresses ongoing mysteries of development; Stacy Carolin explains how Borneo stalagmites reveal tropical Pacific paleoclimate; and more.
Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Bruce Alberts chats with Meghna Sachdev about his 5 years at Science Magazine and hints at his future endeavors.
Jeffrey Kysar tests graphene's super strength as manufacturing processes scale up; Cary Zeitlin estimates the radiation a crew might encounter on a voyage to Mars; Pallava Bagla talks about using science to alleviate India's poverty; and more.
Outgoing News Editor Colin Norman chats with Meghna Sachdev about his 32 years at Science Magazine.
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