A Dash of Science is a podcast where we discuss science, engineering, technology, education and even history through the lens of science and logic in a way that everyone can participate and understand.
Often times we bring in experts in the field of interest to discuss with us to help get the right information to you!
Guest host Bio's: https://cbirkinbine.info/contributor-profiles/
The current music for the podcast was written and produced by GhostTube Music, which you can find at https://soundcloud.com/oscar-lindberg1
The music used in these episodes is used under a Creative Commons license. If you like the music you can visit the musicians site, Brad Sucks at http://www.bradsucks.net/music/
Science with Kids
Episode 35 This week we ask kids (Including my youngest son, and my nephew) to answer some science questions without prompt or correction! Host: Chris [...]
Epigenetics and Hairy Babies
Episode 34 This week we chat with our favorite cytogeneticist, Kasandra Mechelke-Salas about the science behind epigenetics, more on fighting cancer, and as per usual, [...]
DoS Q&A: Random Science From the Internet
This week while Carrie is out of town I take to the internet to find the questions you want answered! Listen in as we talk [...]
DoS Celebrates Women’s History in STEM
This week we Carrie and I hand selected some interesting women in STEM related fields throughout history to spotlight and talk about. Join us as [...]
Big Screen Science: IO
In this episode we try out our first production of DoS – Big Screen Science! Listen as Carrie and I discuss what they got right, [...]
NASA Day of Remembrance – Challenger
Today we summarize the Challenger disaster as part of our continuation of NASA Day of Remembrance on Feb 7th. Host: Chris BirkinbineCo-Host: Carrie Dykes Links [...]
Love the interesting subjects covered on this podcast! It’s a nice break from all the supernatural and true crime shows in my rotation. Keep up the good work!!
Great podcast to satisfy the scientist in me.
This podcast is full of interesting science topics that keep the nerdy science chick in me very happy. Love these two hosts. They’re intelligent and down to earth. I became their biggest fan when Chris said all flat earthers were either trolls or had a mental deficiency that made them more susceptible to gullibility. That statement was so spot on!
Smart and Fun!
I’m a science geek at heart, so this show fills that niche for me, but it is so much more than that! Chris’ expertise is far-reaching and so his interviews and discussions are always well-focused, based on logic and research and his guests and co-host are always just as bright and enjoyable. It’s a really special mix of good, hard science, with more popular social take on that, and also, light and approachable enough for even those not previously knowledgeable in the subject. Really glad I found this show!