Having discovered the National Science Teachers Associations‘ Lab Out Loud during that organization’s 2017 annual convention in Los Angeles, I’ve added it to my roster of regularly followed podcasts, a decision I was particularly happy I made when I noted that their most recent episode contained a full-length interview of Sean B. Carroll discussing his recent […]
Items of Interest Worth Remembering
With the recent release of the STEMxm podcast episode 23, in which Mel the Engineer discusses atmospheric physics and climate change with Dr. Joanna Haigh, Co-Director of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change & Environment at Imperial College, London, it appears that this always-interesting podcast will be embarking upon a trio of episodes that take climate change as their topics.
Not so very long after I entered Lyudmila Trut and Lee Dugatkin’s recently published book “How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog): Visionary Scientists and a Siberian Tale of Jump-Started Evolution” into the “Newly Noted” section, whom did I discover Steve Mirsky interviewing about this very book on the Scientific American Science Talk podcast than Lee Dugatkin himself!
Even if you’re not particularly interested in astronomy, it’s very difficult not to enjoy the duo of Frasier Cain and Dr. Pamela Gay as the hosts of Astronomy Cast. As a regular listener, I’ve learned a remarkable amount about not only astronomy but a wide variety of other subjects as well.