SiT'N Listen!

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Description
Podcast by Harvard Science in the News
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-02-09 13:51
last episode published
2018-04-23 15:19
publication frequency
79.87 days
Contributors
Harvard Science in the News author  
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Explicit
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Number of Episodes
13
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Categories
Science & Medicine

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Episodes

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Episode 12: Urban Planning for a Changing Climate

Amidst talk about the Paris climate accord and other multinational efforts to combat climate change, it's easy to lose sight of the extensive efforts occurring at the city and state levels to plan for and preempt the effects of environmental changes. T...
Harvard Science in the News author
22.04.2017

Episode 11, Exploring our Oceans: The cross-talk between marine life and climate change

The oceans cover 70% of our planet, but did you know that less than 5% of the ocean floor has been explored? In the face of rapid climate change, ocean scientists are racing to understand what makes a healthy ocean and how rapid changes in ocean tempe...
Harvard Science in the News author
16.01.2017

Sit'N Listen! Episode 10: Sports, Sex, and Gender

We’re back with a new episode of Sit’N Listen! This time we're delving into the world of sex, gender, and sports. Men and women have been competing in separate athletic events since at least the time of the ancient Greeks. But why? What biological diff...
Harvard Science in the News author
3.12.2016

Episode 9: When is an animal not a human: aka an episode on animal models (Part 2)

Many important scientific discoveries have been may by doing experiments on animals. However these experiments raise deep scientific and ethical questions. This is Part Two of a two-parter examining how animals are used to learn about human health and ...
Harvard Science in the News author
19.10.2016

Episode 9: When is an animal not a human: aka an episode on animal models (Part 1)

Many important scientific discoveries have been may by doing experiments on animals. However these experiments raise deep scientific and ethical questions. This is Part One of a two-parter examining how animals are used to learn about human health and...
Harvard Science in the News author
5.07.2016

Sit'N Listen! Episode 8: Discovering Sex and Gender?

Sit'N Listen is back with another edition of Science and Society, a collaboration across disciplines. Here, we discuss many issues surrounding how certain concepts of sex and gender have become norms in our society and how these are shaped by (in, in t...
Harvard Science in the News author
7.06.2016

Sit'N Listen! Episode 7: Mosquitoes And Maladies

We’re back with a new episode of Sit’N Listen!, this time all about the world’s most deadly animal: MOSQUITOES. Tune in to learn about the history (and future!) of some of the infamous diseases mosquitoes spread, as well as new tools scientists are usi...
Harvard Science in the News author
5.05.2016

Sit'N Listen! Episode 6: (S&S Edition 1) Communicating Science

SIT'N Listen! Presents its first episode in a recurring series of podcasts on Science and Society, where graduate students and other experts across various disciplines- science, public policy, design, history, you name it- discuss a wide range of topic...
Harvard Science in the News author
10.04.2016

Sit'N Listen! Episode 5: Monsanto in Conversation

Following up on our GMO episode we sat down with Dr. Larry Gilbertson who's been a scientist at Monsanto for about 20 years, and Vance Crowe, Monsanto's Director of Millennial Engagement. Can you drink genetically modified beer in England? Do Amish far...
Harvard Science in the News author
30.03.2016

Sit'N Listen Episode 4: Women In Science

Happy Women's History Month! In this next episode we decided to reflect and feature a few of the many women in science across history and present: Ada Lovelace, Anandibai Joshi, Rosalind Franklin and Meg Urry. Stay tuned for our upcoming, slated for m...
Harvard Science in the News author
30.12.2015

Sit'N Listen Episode 3: Allergies

Allergies: the bane of people who can’t snack on peanut butter and banana sandwiches, who can’t cuddle up to our favorite furry companions on a bad day, and who want to love spring or autumn but are assaulted on all sides by annoying, invisible particl...
Harvard Science in the News author
17.10.2015

Sit'N Listen! Episode 2: CRISPR Genetic Editing

Science in the News at Harvard University has just launched our first podcast, titled "Sit'N Listen!" Each episode of Sit'N Listen, we'll bring you scientists' perspectives on intriguing and newsworthy science. In this episode we discuss CRISPR, its ...
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Sit'N Listen! Episode 1: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

Science in the News at Harvard University has just launched our first podcast, titled "Sit'N Listen!" Each episode of Sit'N Listen, we'll bring you scientists' perspectives on intriguing and newsworthy science. In this episode we discuss how Genetica...
Harvard Science in the News author