Wednesday Nite @ the Lab

The Sound of Autism Spectrum Disorders - Ep. 329

Lynn Gilbertson PhD Student - Department of Communicative Disorders, UW-Madison

Lynn Gilbertson explains what autism is and touches on some issues when it comes to diagnosing autism. She discusses the research and work being done at UW Madison before talking about what she is doing in relation to her graduate program.

A New Approach to Paleoclimate - Ep. 271

Ian Orland, Research Assistant, Department of Geoscience, UW-Madison

Graduate student Ian Orland explores the general interest in global warming by looking at marine, polar, and terrestrial records of climate changes as well as explaining his own research of high resolution analysis of Sorek Cave stalagmite.

Wildlife Disease and Why You Should Care - Ep. 262

Christine Marsh, Content Manager, NBII-Wildlife Disease Information Node. Milton Friend, USGS Emeritus Scientist, USGS National Wildlife Health Center

Majority of infectious diseases start with wildlife. Learn about biological and other impacts for society associated with wildlife disease and adjustments needed if society is to dampen the global wave of infectious disease.

Astrobiology: Life in Space? - Ep. 186

Clark Johnson, Professor, Department of Geoscience, UW-Madison

Professor Johnson gives a broad insight of the ins and outs of astrobiology. Everything there is to know about astrobiology from a brief overview, to our own personal participation in it.

75th Anniversary of Warfarin

Tom Link, son of UW-Madison biochemist Karl Paul Link and Dave Nelson, UW-Madison Professor of Biochemistry

Explore the history behind the drug, Warfarin- how it went from a rat pesticide to helping prevent blood clots- and the life of the scientist behind it, Karl Paul Link.

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