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Episode 306: Cancer-Fighting Vaccines, Retiring Telescopes, and Health Care Costs

Katie, Abhijit, and Nora discuss the positive impact of flu vaccines on cancer patients, the retirement of NASA’s Spitzer space telescope, and the costs and benefits of Medicare-for-All
in the US.

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Episode 305: Dating, Mutations, and Weird Viruses

Carmen, Kristen, and David talk about dating human artifacts, mutations in lung cells, and unusual viruses。

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Episode 304: Pheromones, Sign Languages, and Un-BEE-lievable Honeybee Helpers

Adam, Rebecca, and Amanda talk about mice’s reaction to pheromones, how sign languages evolved all around the world, and new methods of preserving the honey bee population.

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泛亚竞猜Episode 300: Dog-Gone Spectacular

泛亚竞猜Carmen, Kristen, and Abhijit share our favorite new research about dogs to celebrate our 300th episode… or #2000th in dog-episodes.

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Episode 298: Heavy metal pollution, sneaky bacteria, and Snowball Earth

Nicole interviews David Gonzalez about mercury exposure in the Amazon rainforest, Kristen tells us how bacteria disguise themselves in our body, and Courtney teaches us about Snowball Earth.