BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Alex Moshakis / Flat Earth Meeting

June 11, 2018

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! BiPiSci – Flat Earth Meeting click to listen (TRT 9:23) Click above to listen to part 1 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Alex Moshakis, a journalist who writes for the Observer, the Guardian, and Esquire. His article on […]

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Big Picture Science – Imagining Planets

June 4, 2018

Big Picture Science – Imagining Planetsclick to listen! Pluto, we hardly knew ye. Well, not anymore! Until recently, Pluto and Mars were respectively the least-known and best-known planet-sized bodies in our Solar System. Thanks to the New Horizons spacecraft, our picture of Pluto has changed from a featureless dot to a place where we can […]

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BiPiSci – Imagining Planets: Jack Lissauer / Visualizing Exoplanets

June 4, 2018

BiPiSci – Visualizing Exoplanets click to listen (TRT 9:17) Click above to listen to part 3 of Imagining Planets, featuring Jack Lissauer, space scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center, describing planets orbiting other stars which have been discovered by the Kepler mission.

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BiPiSci – Imagining Planets: Alan Stern & David Grinspoon / Pluto and Beyond

June 4, 2018

BiPiSci – Pluto and Beyond click to listen (TRT 13:03) Click above to listen to part 2 of Imagining Planets, featuring Alan Stern, Principal Investigator for NASA’s New Horizon mission, and David Grinspoon, senior scientist at the Planetary Science Institute. They are co-authors of the book “Chasing New Horizons: Inside the Epic First Mission to […]

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BiPiSci – Imagining Planets: Nathalie Cabrol / Mars Analogs

June 4, 2018

BiPiSci – Mars Analogs click to listen (TRT 13:54) Click above to listen to part 1 of Imagining Planets, featuring Nathalie Cabrol, planetary scientist at the SETI Institute, discussing her adventures to far flung corners of the Earth which are believed to be similar to Mars.

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Big Picture Science – Time on Your Side

May 28, 2018

Big Picture Science – Time on Your Sideclick to listen! Time passes like an arrow, but what if it flew like a boomerang? Scientists are learning how to reverse time’s most relentless march: aging. But before we rewind time, let’s try to define it, because there’s plenty of debate about just what time is – […]

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Big Picture Science – Time on Your Side: Pradeep Reddy / Reverse Aging

May 28, 2018

BiPiSci – Reverse Aging click to listen (trt 10:05) Click above to listen to Part 4 of Time on Your Side, featuring Pradeep Reddy, research scientist at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, describing his work in reprogramming the biological clock in mice, thereby extending their lifespan.

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Big Picture Science – Time on Your Side: Joon Yun / Longevity Prize

May 28, 2018

BiPiSci – Longevity Prize click to listen (trt 9:22) Click above to listen to Part 3 of Time on Your Side, featuring Joon Yun, radiologist, head of Palo Alto Investors and creator and sponsor of the Palo Alto Longevity prize.

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Big Picture Science – Time on Your Side: James Cole / Brain Age

May 28, 2018

BiPiSci – Brain Age click to listen (trt 8:56) Click above to listen to Part 2 of Time on Your Side, featuring James Cole, postdoc studying neuroanatomy at Imperial College London, discussing the concept of brain age, wherein one’s “true” age (and lifespan!) might be determined through analysis of their brain.

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Big Picture Science – Time on Your Side: Dean Buonomano / Time Travelling Mind

May 28, 2018

BiPiSci – Time Travelling Mind click to listen (trt 12:22) Click above to listen to Part 1 of Time on Your Side, featuring Dean Buonomano, neurobiologist and psychologist at UCLA and author of “Your Brain is a Time Machine”.

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