November 15, 2009
Carl Zimmer, renowned science essayist and journalist, discusses his love of parasites, science tattoos, and Moby Dick.
Fungus Among Us
November 8, 2009
Kathie Hodge, Associate Professor of Mycology in the Department of Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology at Cornell University, talks to us about her research on parasitic fungi and the rich fungal life of Central New York.
Evolution and the Manakin
November 1, 2009
Kim Bostwick of the Cornell Museum of Vertebrates takes us on a sonic tour of evolution, ending up with a unique bird that has a very unique way of attracting the ladies.
Event Horizons: Science in Art
October 25, 2009
An interview with Barbara Mink and Frank Moon.
The Making of Friends
October 18, 2009
An interview with Steven Strogatz about his 35-year long pen-pal correspondence with his high school calculus teacher.
Ergonomics for Artisans
October 11, 2009
How a professional ergonomist is making the traditional art of Guatemalan weaving easier on the backs and bodies of rural women. Karen Piegorsch from Synergo Arts is our guest.