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Darwinism & Intelligent Design - Ep. 242

Elliott Sober, Professor, Department of Philosophy, UW-Madison

Elliott Sober dives into the political controversy of the evolution vs. creationism by explaining a little bit of philosophy as well as history of each perspective.

Speciation and Baby Birds: Haitian Un-Tanagers - Ep. 231

Mara McDonald, Assistant Administrator, UW-Madison Laboratory of Genetics

Mara McDonald speaks about the laboratory of genetics that she works at and explains the work they do there. Their interest lies in evolutionary biology, specifically in observing and studying birds.

Halting the Progression of Neurological Diseases - Ep. 246

Jeffrey Johnson, a professor in the Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UW-Madison, discusses ongoing research into the causes of Alzheimers, Parkinsons, Huntington's and Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). Johnson talks about multiple markers that can be traced to the development or progression of the diseases.

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.

The Power of Forgiveness - Ep. 162

Robert Enright, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, UW-Madison

Founder of the International Forgiveness Institute and author, Robert Enright speaks about this scientific study of forgiveness and its effects.

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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