Welcome to crisscrossing Science, the podcast in which we answer the science questions that you never thought to ask. Every other week, co-hosts Michael Crosser and Chad Tillberg will share their love of natural science by discussing a topic that they find interesting.
Episode 152: Axolotl: Salamander superhero
Chad tells Mike about the Axolotl, a rare salamander that has given biologists insights into how hormones affect animal development.This episode is from a listener question, if you want to axolotl questions of us, email us at email@example.com
Episode 151: Lasers:: More than Just Cat Toys
Mike and Chad discuss the science behind lasers - what makes them special? how to they work? what are they used for?If you have science questions you'd like us to discuss, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 150: Sponges:: Older than dirt?
Chad and Mike discuss a new discovery of sponge fossils that are about 200 million years older than many expected to find them. But this finding makes two different branches of science finally agree.Check us out on Facebook to learn more.
Episode 149: How to Hit a Homerun
It's baseball season and Mike and Chad have a special episode dedicated to the physics of this great pastime.If you have questions that you would like us to address, email us at email@example.com
Episode 148: Remembering: The Greatest Gift your Mother Gave you
In preparation for Mother's Day, Mike and Chad are replaying an episode from 2019, in which Megan Bestwick discusses Mitochondria with us. Enjoy.
Episode 147: How Birds survived Jurassic Park
Chad and Mike answer a question from a (future?) listener about birds and dinosaurs, "Why did birds survive and dinosaurs didn't?"If you have a question that you'd like us to tackle, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
:) super interesting and helpful podcast
I was impressed with the hosts talent and really enjoyed this latest episode that was very helpful in breaking down the election mathematics!
Great content...less mansplaining please.
It took over 12 minutes of speaking with the WA state pest pathologist before you asked her about how she got involved and what her role was with the current murder hornet containment program. In general, the content was great and you did eventually let her explain things more. Next time, when you introduce a guest, maybe start with highlighting their expertise and knowledge.
Funny and Facinating
A fun and interesting podcast!