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PODCAST | Learning to See Science in the World: A Conversation with Dr. Melanie Peffer

By Chris Parsons and Philip Ko
Dr. Melanie Peffer is the author of “Biology Everywhere: How the Science of Life Matters to Everyday Life,” a book that reveals how biological concepts taught in the classroom are connected to the

PODCAST | How an STPF Fellow Adapts His Work in the COVID-19 Era

By Ilana Goldberg
STPF fellows are great at adapting their careers to suit their personal interests and whatever life has in store, such as a global pandemic. In this episode, fellow Vince Tedjasaputra talks about how

PODCAST | Understanding SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19

By Philip Ko and Vincent Tedjasaputra
Hundreds of thousands of people across the world have developed coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, a respiratory syndrome caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV

PODCAST |The Path Toward Energy Efficient Homes: A Conversation with Sam Rashkin, Department of Energy

By Terrence Mosley
In this episode of the Sci on the Fly podcast, Terrence Mosley, an engineer and AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow at the Department of Energy (DOE), speaks to Sam Rashkin, Chief Architect, DOE
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PODCAST | Funding the “Raindrops:" DoD and the US Research Ecosystem

By Rushyannah Killens-Cade and David Stout
The Department of Defense (DoD) shares a symbiotic relationship with the U.S. research ecosystem -- one that has generated tremendous breakthroughs for national security and economic prosperity
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PODCAST | Neuroethical Perspectives on Cognitive Enhancement

By Carlos Faraco
Advances in drug development and neurotechnology over the last century have noticeably increased our ability to target cognitive-behavioral networks and help those with physical disabilities.

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