A weekly podcast by two huge science fans discussing what’s new and interesting in science! Science is our window into incredible worlds, from impossibly small atoms to impossibly distant stars. We want to use it to discover as much as possible, and share it with you every week.
On today’s episode: Watch out, flu virus; we found a new antibody, and we’re coming for you! Water plumes on Enceladus might not be coming from where we think they are. What exactly is MRI? It’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and it’s even cooler than you think. All that and more today on All Around Science.
Sentience and Animal Ethics
On today’s episode: One scientist built a robot to hunt down and scare the fins off of mosquitofish. Bladeless, noninvasive….brain surgery? And what is sentience? How does it factor into our decisions about animal treatment? All that and more today on All Around Science.
Science We Missed From 2021
On today’s episode: Humans don’t produce pheromones, but…do they? Can lab grown coffee save the environment? Scientists have found a way to trace the lineage of your cells IN your body. The first ever pig-to-human kidney transplant happened this year! All that and more today on All Around Science.
James Webb Space Telescope
On today’s episode: We’ve gotten closer to the sun than ever before! What is NASA’s plan for replacing the International Space Station? And we dig into the most complex space observatory ever created; the James Webb Space Telescope. All that and more today on All Around Science.
On today’s episode: AIs are hallucinating proteins… that’s right, you heard me. Future jet fuel may be synthesized from sunlight and air. And we discuss the science of virgin birth… also known as “parthenogenesis”. All that and more today on All Around Science.
Hubble Space Telescope
On today’s episode: Can deep red light improve your vision? Fungi are adapting to infect humans! And we marvel at the incredible legacy of the Hubble Space Telescope All that and more today on All Around Science.
Solid show with smart people who seem nice
Bobby Franks has quickly become one of my favorite regular contributors to the morning stream podcast - now I’m listening to his show and enjoying it greatly!
I’m loving this science show. They delve in deep enough and explain enough to be satisfying without going over your head.