The kickass weekly science and technology radio show presenting a humorous and irreverent look at the week in science and tech. Each show TWIS discusses the latest in cutting edge science news on topics such as genetic engineering, cybernetics, space exploration, neuro science, and a show favorite Countdown to World Robot Domination. The show is hosted by Dr. Kirsten Sanford, a PhD in neuroscience, Justin Jackson, a wisecracking professional car salesman and armchair physicist, and Blair Bazdarich, a zoologist. Consistently voted one of the top science radio shows on the web - check it out and hear a science news program like no other.
Should Science Monkey Around?
This Week: Interview W/Natalia Reagan, Glowing Monkeys, Editing Cholesterol, Seawater Soup, Sperm Sorrow, Ovarian Teeth, Social Sickness, Sober Thoughts, Science Questions, And Much More!
What's the Cosmic Log on Science?
This Week: Engineered Yeast, Satellite Viruses, No Body Just Head, Rhombot, Humans vs. Robots, Cosmic Interview W/Alan Boyle, Cat Evolution, Cat Stink, Aging & Cat Poo, Science Questions, And Much More!
Do Roosters Even Know Themselves?
This Week: LIGO, Mummies, Language & AI, Policing, Pigs, Roosters, Birds Aren't Real, Fuzzy Stems, Prehistoric Gender Roles, Zoomies, Memory Codes, And Much More!
Are Snoozers Losers?
This Week: Mapping The Universe, Snoozers aren't losers, Bacteria Plus CAR-T, French painting, Theory Of Everything, Long arm of the lawn, Antacids and dementia, Brain Cell Atlas, Healin Strokes, And Much More!
What's in Your Head, Zombie?
This Week: Bennu Sample Surprise!, Cyber Hands Success, Heads Or Tails, Global Warming & Beer, Sourdough Starts, Going Off Course, Peregrine Prey Peril, Smoking, Female Frogs, Smelling Colors, And Much More Science in Your Head!
Science Is Always Nobel
This Week: Nobel Prize Time, Stonehenge!, New Organelle?, New Organelle?, Snow Flies, Purring Pads, Fluorescent Animals, Math Bedtime Stories, Murder Rate at Oxford, Mushroom Microdosing, Mistaken Memories, Memory Support, And Much More!
Long time listener
Wow, I just rediscovered this podcast. I used to listen a long time ago. And it’s nice to hear that it’s basically the same. Good show. But could be better. My advice, 20% less Justin (volume and speaking) 10% more Blair, and 10% more objectivity. IMHO. Then this would be a great show. No offense Justin, love you, sure we’d get along, but thinking about the over all quality of the show
Great diversity of content and love the long length
One of the best science news podcasts around!
Greenhouse Gases in the sky
Justin-you nailed it. Thanks for the cautionary song. “Ghost Riders in the Sky” is my favorite song of all time. I ain’t even mad. You done good.
La and the Gang