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Life in Motion
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Yes, They Actually Make This Stuff
History of science in pictures
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Seeing the Climate
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-Plenary Address- Plants Are Weird: Epigenetics, Journalism, and the Alien Beauty of Botany. Presentation by Carl Zimmer Botany 2016 Conference
It's pretty easy to get genetic testing done these days. But having your entire genome sequenced is another thing altogether.
Sarah Laskey, Product Scientist The Chromosome Painting is one of my favorite parts of the experience because it is packed with information
More detailed brain scans reveal that the brain is more complicated than we thought! And cloned sheep might be healthier than we thought! Hosted by: Hank Gre.
Stephen Jay Gould
Here's the lecture I gave about human evolution when I accepted the Stephen Jay Gould Prize in 2016
I talked with Sonia Shah and Ed Yong 2016 Brooklyn Book Festival about viruses and microbes.
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David Kaplan and his team at Tufts University School of Engineering are bringing science fiction to life by building miniature brains and keeping them alive .
At the Wyss Institute in Cambridge, Mass., Pamela Silver and her colleagues are designing gut-dwelling microbes that can monitor the body and produce drugs o.
With Carl Zimmer. Healing Strokes with Video Games
Best Mosquito Repellent
Low Hair Buns
In NPR produced a series of radio dramas, expanding the plot from the original Star Wars. Some of the regulars voiced their parts (Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker) and some newcomers joined the radio cast (Perry King as Han Solo).
Carl Zimmer, a science journalist, explains how the revolutionary new genome-editing tool CRISPR works. Zimmer is a columnist for The New York Times and the .
by BI Science
Life On Mars
BI Science: Carl Zimmer explains why life on Mars could pose a problem for our exploration of the planet
by BI Science
New York Times columnist Carl Zimmer and genetic counselor Laura Hercher discuss human germline modification technology and its ethical, legal and social imp.
Science And Nature
A study of ancient clam fossils suggests rising seas could once again encourage parasite infestations in brackish water ecosystems.
by Tumble Podcast
Definition Of Life
A fascinating podcast that explores many questions yet to be answered about viruses, their evolutionary path and their role in our bodies.
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