Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast


COVID-19 treatment at 1 year, and smarter materials for smarter cities
Science Staff Writer Kelly Servick discusses how physicians have sifted through torrents of scientific results to arrive at treatments for SARS-CoV-2. Sarah also talks with Wesley Reinhart, of Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Materials...
Next-generation gravitational wave detectors, and sponges that soak up frigid oil spills
8 Minuten
Science Staff Writer Adrian Cho joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about plans for the next generation of gravitational wave detectors—including one with 40-kilometer arms. The proposed detectors will be up to 10 times more sensitive than current models...
The world’s oldest pet cemetery, and how eyeless worms can see color
19 Stunden 21 Minuten
Science’s Online News Editor David Grimm joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about a 2000-year-old pet cemetery found in the Egyptian city of Berenice and what it can tell us about the history of human-animal relationships. Also this week, Dipon Ghosh,...
Measuring Earth’s surface like never before, and the world’s fastest random number generator
22 Stunden 18 Minuten
First up, science journalist Julia Rosen talks with host Sarah Crespi about a growing fleet of radar satellites that will soon be able to detect minute rises and drops of Earth’s surface—from a gently deflating volcano to a water-swollen field—on a d...
All your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered, and a new theory on forming rocky planets
Science Staff Writer Jon Cohen joins host Sarah Crespi to take on some of big questions about the COVID-19 vaccines, such as: Do they stop transmission? Will we need boosters? When will life get back to “normal.” Sarah also talks with Anders Johanse...

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