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A #podcast about unbelievable scientific discoveries. Told with only the 1000 most used words.

Science Faction Podcast Startup podcast by two National Geographic Explorers

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A #podcast about unbelievable scientific discoveries. Told with only the 1000 most used words.

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    • 13 segundos
    EPISODE 8 – The End!

    EPISODE 8 – The End!

    "The End" of Science Faction has arrived! For our 8th and final show, hear from three great Canadian researchers, planetary scientist Dr. Alan Hildebrand, immunologist Dr. Matthew Miller, and climate champion Merran Smith, talk about three possible ways the world could end and how we can avoid TEOTWAWKI (a.k.a. the end of the world as we know it).

    • 15 min
    EPISODE 7 – Spider Silk Superpowers

    EPISODE 7 – Spider Silk Superpowers

    Spidey senses tingling? This month on Science Faction, we learn about how spider silk can be used by humans in many strange and unexpected ways. We speak with Utah State University's Dr. Randy Lewis & BioArt Laboratories' Jalila Essaïdi about "Spider Silk Superpowers."

    • 16 min
    EPISODE 6 – I Look Like My Mom's Ex

    EPISODE 6 – I Look Like My Mom's Ex

    Dr. Angela Crean from the University of New South Wales Australia tells the Science Faction team about her shocking experiments that reveal that a mom’s previous mating partner can influence the appearance of her future offspring, at least in flies. Join us this month for “I Look Like My Mom’s Ex”.

    • 16 min
    EPISODE 5 – Fish With Feet

    EPISODE 5 – Fish With Feet

    This month on Science Faction we visit the laboratory of Dr. Emily Standen at the University of Ottawa to learn about fish that can walk. This story about present-day Polypterus fish walking is actually a story about our distant past & how it is that ancient fish gave rise to four-legged land animals, including us.

    • 15 min
    EPISODE 4 – Remaking Memory

    EPISODE 4 – Remaking Memory

    Have you ever had a bad memory that you wanted to change into something better? This once impossibility is now possible, at least for mice, thanks to research led by Nobel laureate Dr. Susumu Tonegawa of the RIKEN-MIT Center for Neural Circuit Genetics. Join us this month on Science Faction.

    • 15 min

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