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PODCAST | From Food Waste and Wasted Food to Resource Recovery

By Ariela Zycherman
Americans waste 40% of their food. How did we become so wasteful and what can we do about it? Dr. Ariela Zycherman is joined by Dr. Irina Feygina of Climate Central, Jason Turgeon of the Environmental

PODCAST | Scientists are People, Too, Episode 1

By Danielle Friend
This is the first episode in a new series called “Scientists are People Too.” In each episode, we will ask scientists about their work and their daily lives. This episode asks scientists “What is the

PODCAST | What makes a data scientist?

By Claire Schulkey
"Data Scientist" is listed as the “Sexiest Job of the 21st Century” by the Harvard Business Review, but what is data science and what do data scientists do? Claire Schulkey investigated the question

PODCAST | Some love them, some hate them, some don't care: GMOS

By Beth Linas
Sesquile Ramon (2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow) dives into a discussion of ghenetically modified organisms (GMOs) and why some people love them, some don’t trust them, and some don’t care as long as

PODCAST | STDs, HIV, Mosquitoes, and Zika

By Shobhana Gupta
Concluding our exploration of the Zika virus, this podcast examines different strategies and polices learned from other infectious diseases to address a potential Zika epidemic. Drs. Beth Linas

PODCAST | Zika, the Olympics, and Other Mass Gatherings

By Beth Linas
Do you know where and when Zika virus emerged? With the the 31st Olympiad in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, the location thought to be the epicenter of the Zika outbreak in the Americas, this podcast