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Ep. 16: The Quest to Cure Quincy (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

9/3/2019
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Dr. Allyson Berent speaks with us about her work to find a cure for her daughter’s rare disease.

Duration:00:24:11

Ep. 15: Horseshoe Crabs: Natures First Historian (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

8/5/2019
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Herodotus may be the first human historian, but to travel farther back in time we need our fossil friends, the horseshoe crab.

Duration:00:20:16

Ep. 14: Open Science vs. Free Market (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

7/2/2019
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Can free data and for-profit research coexist?

Duration:00:13:59

Ep. 13: Biological Bandages for Animals (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

6/4/2019
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How California veterinarian Jamie Peyton uses tilapia skins to heal four-legged burn victims, including those hurt in the California wildfires.

Duration:00:11:16

Ep. 12: Stage IV (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

5/7/2019
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One woman describes the messy reality of living with stage IV cancer.

Duration:00:14:40

Ep. 11: Herd Immunity (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

4/2/2019
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How vaccines can protect everyone if enough people get them. A conversation with microbiologist Ken Henderson.

Duration:00:13:46

Ep. 9: A Motion Capture Tool for Huntington’s (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

2/5/2019
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A tool that seems inspired by Hollywood animation imagery allows us to accurately model and measure subtle movements in rodent models of CNS disease.

Duration:00:08:37

Ep. 8: Are You Listening? (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

1/8/2019
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Medicines can be toxic to the ear, so where’s the regulatory guidance?

Duration:00:04:36

Ep. 7: Can We Stop NASH? (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

12/4/2018
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The debilitating liver disease, a consequence of bad diets, is on the rise. So is the pipeline of drugs trying to arrest it.

Duration:00:07:24

Ep. 6: Cancer Conversations (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

11/2/2018
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When communicating your concern to a cancer patient, words matter…a lot.

Duration:00:07:16

Ep. 5: CRISPR’s Rogue Tendencies (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

10/2/2018
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CRISPR technology has enabled rapid advances in gene editing, but it also invites unintended consequences.

Duration:00:06:34

Ep. 4: David Hysong, Rare Disease Maverick (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

9/6/2018
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David Hysong talks about a diagnosis that changed his life and professional direction.

Duration:00:05:31

Ep. 3: Raising the Platform in Cancer Immunotherapy (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

8/6/2018
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One of the trickiest parts of drug discovery is moving from test tubes to animals. Here’s a way to not only pick up the pace of the process, but also the expectations for results.

Duration:00:04:27

Ep. 2: An Antibody Shield for Poultry (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

7/11/2018
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Poultry products are going antibiotic free. Unfortunately for farmers, chickens won’t magically be healthy all the time.

Duration:00:06:13

Ep. 1: Germ Free Mice (Eureka's Sounds of Science)

5/7/2018
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In the real world, we are constantly surrounded by countless living organisms. For the extraordinary germ-free mouse, this presents a problem. Join host Mary Parker and hear how Senior Manager Rich Morin and his team at Charles River’s transgenic facility are creating (literally) customized solutions to this problem.

Duration:00:06:31