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From space missions to minuscule microbes, Science Buffs covers STEM research at the University of Colorado Boulder and beyond.

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From space missions to minuscule microbes, Science Buffs covers STEM research at the University of Colorado Boulder and beyond.

    Episode 66: Worminizer

    Episode 66: Worminizer

    Graycen and Alison, in their last episode, talk about the Arecibo telescope, a fishy mystery, a pollinator mystery, and crabification.

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    Episode 65: Here’s Something About Thanksgiving

    Episode 65: Here’s Something About Thanksgiving

    Graycen and Alison talk about some Thanksgiving-themed stories, including stories about seed banks, rats, football, and a Thanksgiving NASA disaster.

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    Episode 64: Lair On A Log

    Episode 64: Lair On A Log

    Graycen and Alison talk about some science stories of the week, including stories about window-like wood, moth-like glass, composting human remains, and baby beetles.

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    Episode 63: Crayfish Respector

    Episode 63: Crayfish Respector

    Graycen and Alison talk about some science stories from the past few weeks! This week: mail-in voting, crabs (whoops, we mean crayfish), and wacky tube men.

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    Episode 62: A Toilet Built to Withstand God

    Episode 62: A Toilet Built to Withstand God

    Graycen and Alison are back to talk about some science stories from the past few weeks. This week they talk about wild bees, space toilets, and scarlet fever.

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    Episode 61: I Love My Large Adult Squid

    Episode 61: I Love My Large Adult Squid

    Graycen and Kelsie talk about some science stories from the past few weeks! They're on Zoom this week, so the audio will sound a little different than usual.

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The hosts take interesting science articles and break them down for the general public and provide critical context for the information. In addition, this podcast is accompanied by a blog where the articles, similar references, and an explanation are posted. The passion of the hosts (and their guests) for these topics is infectious and this podcast is a highlight of my week. Keep up the good work!

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