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Science is useful, but its usefulness isn't always obvious. In this podcast we dive deep into scientific research to figure out how the science was done, what was discovered, and how you can use it to improve your life.

Science is useful, but its usefulness isn't always obvious. In this podcast we dive deep into scientific research to figure out how the science was done, what was discovered, and how you can use it to improve your life.
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Science is useful, but its usefulness isn't always obvious. In this podcast we dive deep into scientific research to figure out how the science was done, what was discovered, and how you can use it to improve your life.

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English


Episodes

24: Having a Useful Summer

8/5/2019
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This week we're talking about having a useful summer.

Duration:01:00:17

23: Pop Music

7/4/2019
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This week we're talking about pop music.

Duration:00:46:51

22: The Science of Love

6/7/2019
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This week we're talking about the science of love.

Duration:01:09:41

21: Sleep

3/26/2019
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This week we're talking about sleep.

Duration:01:06:43

20: Going Outside

8/28/2018
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This week we're talking about going outside.

Duration:00:54:01

19: Audio Quality

6/8/2018
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This week we're talking about expensive headphones and audio quality.

Duration:01:02:29

18: Green spaces

11/20/2017
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This week we learn about the benefits and risks of urban green spaces.

Duration:00:47:02

17: Bad science reporting

10/13/2017
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This week we learn about sleep habits, Fitbit lawsuits, and bad science reporting.

Duration:00:50:35

Interview: Social impact, documentaries, VR, and empathy with Harmony Institute

9/30/2016
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Interview: Social impact, documentaries, VR, and empathy with Harmony Institute.

Duration:00:55:36

16: Art museums, napping, and male and female brains

9/7/2016
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This week we learn about art museums, napping, and male and female brains.

Duration:01:05:57

Interview: Defending science in the classroom with Josh Rosenau

6/30/2016
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Guest Josh Rosenau, Programs and Policy Director of the National Center for Science Education, talks about the mission of the NCSE and the history of attacks against evolution and climate science in public schools.

Duration:00:42:53

14: BMI, classroom humor, and poop

6/23/2016
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This week we learn about body shape index, humor in the classroom, and squatting while pooping.

Duration:00:51:57

13: Online dating, marathon runners, and pizza

6/8/2016
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This week we learn about online dating, marathon runners, and pizza.

Duration:01:09:26

12: Getting drunk, getting full, and attracting mosquitos

5/3/2016
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This week we learn about getting drunk on diet soda, getting full on imaginary food, and attracting mosquitos with your genes.

Duration:00:55:11

11: Ambient noise, email checking frequency, and academic tracking

3/11/2016
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This week we learn about ambient noise for creative thinking, email checking frequency, and academic tracking, which is separating students into different classes or schools according to their academic ability.

Duration:01:05:47

10: Male faces, sex frequency, and organic beef

2/9/2016
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This week we learn about attractive male faces, sex frequency, and organic, grass fed, hormone free, non-gmo beef.

Duration:01:28:00

9: Adolescent brains, legal drinking ages, and antibacterial soap

1/25/2016
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This week we learn about adolescent brains, legal drinking ages, and antibacterial soap.

Duration:01:05:53

8: Misconceptions, math anxiety, and healthy personalities

1/4/2016
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This week we learn about the effect of old misconceptions on learning new concepts, painful math anxiety, and healthy personalities.

Duration:00:57:10

7: Malleable intelligence, merit badges, and depressed roommates

12/17/2015
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This week we cover articles from the education section of our site. We learn about teaching children that intelligence is malleable, merit badges, and depressed roommates. We also have an interview with Derek Muller of Veritasium and Snatoms.

Duration:01:31:01