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Host Rachel Feltman, alongside leading science and tech journalists, dives into the rich world of scientific discovery in this bite-size science variety show.

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Host Rachel Feltman, alongside leading science and tech journalists, dives into the rich world of scientific discovery in this bite-size science variety show.

    What’s Actually In Your Tattoo Ink? No One Really Knows

    What’s Actually In Your Tattoo Ink? No One Really Knows

    Nearly a third of U.S. adults have tattoos, but how many people know what's really in the ink? Despite new regulations, researchers have found many commercial inks contain unlisted and potentially harmful ingredients. John Swierk, an assistant professor of chemistry at Binghamton University, and his team are trying to figure out exactly what goes into each vial of tattoo ink—and how tattoos actually work—to help make body art safer.
    Email us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
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    Science Quickly is produced by Rachel Feltman, Kelso Harper, Madison Goldberg and Jeff DelViscio. This episode was hosted by Rachel Feltman, with guest John Swierk, assistant professor of chemistry at Binghamton University. Our show is edited by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, Madison Goldberg and Anaissa Ruiz Tejada, with fact-checking by Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck. The theme music was composed by Dominic Smith.


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    • 18分
    Rock Samples Taken from Far Side of the Moon and a ‘Morning-After Pill’ for STIs

    Rock Samples Taken from Far Side of the Moon and a ‘Morning-After Pill’ for STIs

    In this week’s news roundup, we present the latest from the skies and the pillbox. The Hubble Space Telescope is limping along, operating with just one gyroscope to preserve its research capabilities. China’s Chang’e-6 lunar probe is sending back the first ever samples from the far side of the moon. Plus, there are exciting advancements in the world of pharmaceuticals, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsing a “morning-after pill” for STIs and artificial intelligence discovering potential novel antibiotics.
    E-mail us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
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    Science Quickly is produced by Rachel Feltman, Kelso Harper, Carin Leong, Madison Goldberg and Jeff DelViscio. This episode was hosted by Kelso Harper. Our show is edited by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, Madison Goldberg and Anaissa Ruiz Tejada, with fact-checking by Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck. The theme music was composed by Dominic Smith.
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    • 9分
    Do Plants ‘Think’? We Might Not Know Enough about Consciousness to be Certain

    Do Plants ‘Think’? We Might Not Know Enough about Consciousness to be Certain

    Can plants “think?" Do they “talk” to one another? These are questions that scientists are asking—and the answers might surprise you. Zoë Schlanger, climate reporter at The Atlantic, sits down with Science Quickly host Rachel Feltman to discuss her new book The Light Eaters, which explores the surprising science of plant intelligence. 
    Related Reading:
    Brains Are Not Required When It Comes to Thinking and Solving Problems—Simple Cells Can Do It
    How Plant Intelligence Can Soothe Climate Anxiety
    Email us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
    Discover something new everyday: subscribe to Scientific American and sign up for our daily newsletter. 
    Science Quickly is produced by Rachel Feltman, Kelso Harper, Carin Leong Madison Goldberg and Jeff DelViscio. This episode was hosted by Rachel Feltman with guest Zoë Schlanger from The Atlantic. Our show is edited by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, Madison Goldberg and Anaissa Ruiz Tejada, with fact-checking by Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck. The theme music was composed by Dominic Smith.
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    • 23分
    Snacking on Cicadas Is Nutritious, Sustainable, and—Yes—Delicious

    Snacking on Cicadas Is Nutritious, Sustainable, and—Yes—Delicious

    A “double brood” of cicadas is taking over much of the eastern half of the U.S. They’re loud and abundant. Have you considered–eating them? Chef Joseph Yoon, founder of Brooklyn Bugs, explains how to harvest and feast upon this year’s “double brood” and the many benefits of adding insects to our diet.  
    Related Reading:
    – Periodical Cicadas Emerge Every 13 or 17 Years. How Do They Keep Track of Time?
    – Can You Eat Cicadas? Can Your Dog Do So? 
    E-mail us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
    Discover something new every day: subscribe to Scientific American and sign up for Today in Science, our daily newsletter. 
    Science Quickly is produced by Rachel Feltman, Kelso Harper, Carin Leong, Madison Goldberg and Jeff DelViscio. This episode was hosted by Rachel Feltman, with guest Joseph Yoon of Brooklyn Bugs. Our show is edited by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, Madison Goldberg and Anaissa Ruiz Tejada, with fact-checking by Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck. The theme music was composed by Dominic Smith.
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    • 21分
    Auroras Are on the Horizon, and Bird Flu Is on the Menu

    Auroras Are on the Horizon, and Bird Flu Is on the Menu

    In this week’s news roundup: Despite widespread concerns, a new study on adolescent smartphone use found that teens report improved moods when using their devices. Misleadingly framed but factually accurate stories shared on social media can drive vaccine hesitancy more effectively than outright false information. Updates on rising COVID-19 cases and the latest developments in the ongoing bird flu outbreak. Plus, the potential return of stunning auroral displays, thanks to upcoming solar activity. 
    Email us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
    Discover something new everyday: subscribe to Scientific American and sign up for our daily newsletter. 
    Science Quickly is produced by Rachel Feltman, Kelso Harper, Madison Goldberg and Jeff DelViscio. This episode was hosted by Kelso Harper. Our show is edited by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, Madison Goldberg and Anaissa Ruiz Tejada, with fact-checking by Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck. The theme music was composed by Dominic Smith.
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    • 9分
    Troubled Waters on Cape Cod: Liquid Gold (Part 3)

    Troubled Waters on Cape Cod: Liquid Gold (Part 3)

    Cape Cod communities are facing an expensive mandate to clean up their wastewater. Urine diversion or “pee-cycling” could be a cost-effective pollution solution. In the third and final installment of our three-part Fascination series about Cape Cod’s “yellow tide,” environmental reporter Barbara Moran meets a Falmouth couple championing this unconventional approach. 
    You can check out more of Barbara Moran’s reporting on Cape Cod’s water pollution, including the “pee-cycling” pilot project in Falmouth. And watch WBUR and Scientific American’s documentary short exploring how pollution and algae overgrowth threaten this Massachusetts vacation hub.
    Email us at sciencequickly@sciam.com if you have any questions, comments or ideas for stories we should cover!
    Discover something new every day: subscribe to Scientific American and sign up for our daily newsletter. 
    This series is a co-production of WBUR and Scientific American. It’s reported and hosted by WBUR’s Barbara Moran. Science Quickly is produced by Jeff DelViscio, Kelso Harper, Madison Goldberg and Rachel Feltman. Our theme music was composed by Dominic Smith. Shayna Posses and Aaron Shattuck fact-checked this series, and Duy Linh Tu and Sebastian Tuinder contributed reporting and sound. WBUR’s Kathleen Masterson edited this series. Additional funding was provided by the Pulitzer Center.
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