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PODCAST | Genes, germs and science communication – with guest Dr Bill Sullivan

By Ilana Goldberg
We interview Bill Sullivan, author of "Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs, and the Curious Forces That Make Us Who We Are," in this episode. Sullivan is a professor at the Indiana University School of

PODCAST | Former Assistant Secretary Daniel Simmons on Affordable Clean Energy

By Ashley Pennington
In this episode, Daniel Simmons, Principal of Simmons Energy & Environmental Strategy and former Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

PODCAST | From Tropical Jungles to the Arctic with Dr. Roberto Delgado

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Roberto Delgado has a doctorate in biological anthropology from Duke University, where he researched the social behavior and calls of male orangutans. So how did he end up becoming program

PODCAST | Protecting Antarctica with Dr. Nature McGinn, Part 2

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Nature McGinn is the Environmental Policy Program Manager and Antarctic Conservation Act Permit Officer in the Office of Polar Programs at the National Science Foundation. Nature has been at NSF

PODCAST | Protecting Antarctica with Dr. Nature McGinn, Part 1

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Nature McGinn is currently the Environmental Policy Program Manager and Antarctic Conservation Act Permit Officer in the Office of Polar Programs at the National Science Foundation. Nature has

PODCAST | Watch Your Posture: Another Problem of Extended Computer and Device Use by Kids

By Philip Ko
With so many children currently attending school virtually on laptops, tablets and other smart devices, there is concern about how the extended use of these devices affects them. While much attention