BiPiSci – Go With the Flow: Arnaud Chulliat / Liquid Core

October 14, 2019

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! BiPiSci – Liquid Core click to listen (TRT 6:17) Click above to listen to part 2 of Go With the Flow, featuring Arnaud Chulliat, Geophysicist at the University of Colorado and Institut de physique du globe du Paris, discussing […]

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BiPiSci – Go With the Flow: Mark Miodownik / Liquid Rules

October 14, 2019

BiPiSci – Liquid Rules click to listen (TRT 14:48) Click above to listen to part 1 of Go With the Flow, featuring Mark Miodownik, Professor of Materials and Society, University College, London, and author of “Liquid rules: The Delightful and Dangerous Substances that Flow Through Our Lives.”

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Big Picture Science – Battling Bacteria

October 7, 2019

Big Picture Science – Battling Bacteria We can’t say we weren’t warned. More than 75 years ago, bacteriologist Rene Dubos cautioned that misuse of antibiotics could breed drug-resistant bacteria – and he has been proved prescient. In this episode: the rise of superbugs, why we ignored the warnings about them, how some are enlisting an […]

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BiPiSci – Battling Bacteria: Mark Honigsbaum / The Pandemic Century

October 7, 2019

An Emergency Military Hospital in Kansas treats victims of the Spanish Flu in 1918 Big Picture Science – The Pandemic Century click to listen (TRT 11:28) Click above to listen to part 3 of Battling Bacteria, featuring Mark Honigsbaum, Medical Historian, journalist, and lecturer at City University, London, and author of “The Pandemic Century: One […]

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BiPiSci – Battling Bacteria: Strathdee & Patterson / Phage Therapy

October 7, 2019

Big Picture Science – Phage Therapy click to listen (TRT 14:24) Click above to listen to part 2 of Battling Bacteria, featuring Steffanie Strathdee, Associate Dean of Global Health Sciences and co-founder of the Center for Innovative Phage Applications and Therapeutics at the University of California, San Diego, and Tom Patterson, Professor of Psychiatry at […]

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BiPiSci – Battling Bacteria: Jennifer DeBruyn / Tainted Decay

October 7, 2019

Big Picture Science – Tainted Decay click to listen (TRT 13:15) Click above to listen to part 1 of Battling Bacteria, featuring Jennifer DeBruyn, Microbiologist at the University of Tennessee, who also works at the Anthropology Research Facility, a.k.a. the Body Farm, describing the processes of decay being studied there, and how the chemicals we […]

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Big Picture Science – Headed For Trouble

September 30, 2019

Big Picture Science – Headed For Trouble The stone heads on Easter Island are an enduring mystery: why were they built and why were they abandoned and destroyed? The old ideas about cultural collapse are yielding to new ones based on careful investigation on the ground – but also from above. What surprising explanations have […]

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BiPiSci – Headed For Trouble: Carl Lipo / No Such Collapse

September 30, 2019

Big Picture Science – No Such Collapse click to listen (TRT 15:57) Click above to listen to part 3 of Headed For Trouble, featuring Carl Lipo, Anthropologist and professor at Binghamton University, State University of New York, explaining how the “collapse” theory of the decline of civilization on Easter Island has no basis, and that […]

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BiPiSci – Headed For Trouble: Sarah Parcak / Space Archaeology

September 30, 2019

Big Picture Science – Space Archaeology click to listen (TRT 9:53) Click above to listen to part 2 of Headed For Trouble, featuring Sarah Parcak, Archaeologist, Egyptologist, remote sensing expert, professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and author of Archaeology from Space: How the Future Shapes Our Past, describing how satellite imagery of […]

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BiPiSci – Headed For Trouble: Seth Goes to Easter Island

September 30, 2019

Big Picture Science – Seth Goes to Easter Island click to listen (TRT 14:06) Click above to listen to part 1 of Headed For Trouble, featuring James Grant Peterkin, tour guide, resident, and British Honorary Consul on Easter Island, recounting the “collapse” theory of the decline of the island’s early civilization.

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