Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened: Ye Olde Prosthetics Shoppe

May 10, 2015

Ye Olde Prosthetics Shoppe click to listen (trt 3:23) Part 5 of A Fundy Thing Happened, featuring a look back at the early technology of prosthetics.

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Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened: David Quammen / Ebola

May 10, 2015

David Quammen / Ebola click to listen (trt 6:30) Part 4 of A Fundy Thing Happened, featuring David Quammen, science journalist, contributing writer for National Geographic Magazine, and author of Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic. His Op Ed about Ebola appeared in the New York Times.

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Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened: Brian Fagan / Rising Sea Levels

May 10, 2015

Brian Fagan / Rising Sea Levels click to listen (trt 4:35) Part 3 of A Fundy Thing Happened, featuring Brian Fagan, emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara and author of The Attacking Ocean: The Past, Present, and Future of Rising Sea Levels.

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Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened: Rob Rhinehart / Soylent

May 10, 2015

Rob Rhinehart / Soylent click to listen (trt 4:32) Part 2 of A Fundy Thing Happened, featuring Rob Rhinehart, CEO and founder of Soylent, a complete meal in powdered form.

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Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened: Bill Miller / Hologenome

May 10, 2015

Bill Miller / Hologenome click to listen (trt 4:31) Part 1 of A Fundy Thing Happened, featuring Bill Miller, physician and author of The Microcosm Within: Evolution and Extinction in the Hologenome.

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Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened

May 10, 2015

Big Picture Science – A Fundy Thing Happened Get ready for déjà vu as you listen to some of our favorite interviews from the past year. It’s our annual fundraising podcast. Come for the great interviews, stay for the great interviews. Lend us your support along the way. What’s for dinner? Maybe Soylent. Made by […]

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Big Picture Science – The Evolution of Evolution

May 4, 2015

Big Picture Science – The Evolution of Evolution Darwinian evolution is adaptive and slow … millennia can go by before a species changes very much. But with the tools of genetic engineering we can now make radical changes in just one generation. By removing genes or inserting new ones, we can give an organism radically […]

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Big Picture Science – The Evolution of Evolution: Jessica Hellmann / Climate Adaptation

May 3, 2015

Butterflies have demonstrated successful changes in behavior in response to rising temperatures Jessica Hellmann / Climate Adaptation click to listen (trt 12:18) Part 4 of The Evolution of Evolution, featuring Jessica Hellmann, biologist at the University of Notre Dame, discussing the effect climate change is having on various species.

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Big Picture Science – The Evolution of Evolution: We can rebuild him?

May 3, 2015

We can rebuild him? click to listen (trt 3:34) Part 3 of The Evolution of Evolution, wherein astronaut Steve Houston must be rebuilt due to an unfortunate… existence.

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Big Picture Science – The Evolution of Evolution: Juan Enriquez / Engineering Humans

May 3, 2015

Will humans one day glow in the dark by expressing a green fluorescent protein, like these genetically engineered mice? Juan Enriquez / Engineering Humans click to listen (trt 12:14) Part 2 of The Evolution of Evolution, featuring Juan Enriquez, academic, businessman, author, founding director of the Life Sciences Project at the Harvard Business School, managing […]

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