Health care data is increasingly vulnerable to hackers. On this episode, Paul Oster discussed protecting health care data.
Keep your data healthy… ;)
Cats and dogs: companions, protectors, health-improvers? We love our furry friends, but recent studies show that cats and dogs may benefit us in ways that go beyond companionship. On this episode, we discuss research findings that show how these animals can boost our health and well-being.
Water is fundamental to all life but little is actually known about its inter-molecular dynamics and structures. On this episode, Anders Nilsson talks about the frontiers of water science.
How much can our own genetics determine the diagnosis of our illness or determine the course of treatment? The Chicago chapter of the Women In Bio organization recently hosted a panel discussion on the topic of precision medicine strategies—what it is, how it came about, the challenges we face, and what the future holds. On this episode, we discuss with the organizers, attendees, and panelists about precision medicine, and women’s role in this rapidly developing field.
Stay on target… ;)
Science and art may seem like widely divergent fields of human endeavor, but advances in science are now influencing contemporary art. On this program, Arthur I. Miller discussed the colliding worlds of science and art.
Einstein Kerouac? ;)
Hundreds of years ago, Galileo told us that the earth is not the center of the universe. Now, physicists are telling us that the normal matter you and I are made of isn’t even the majority of the matter that exists. On this episode, Dr. Katherine Freese, a theoretical astrophysicist at the University of Michigan and author of the Cosmic Cocktail, joins us to talk about the composition of the cosmos and the mysterious nature of dark matter and dark energy.
Shaken not stirred… ;)
Video games are a huge part of the lives of countless kids and adults alike. On this episode, Blake Harris brings to life the behind-the-scenes story that most of us are not aware of—the epic battle waged in the early 1990s between Nintendo and Sega, which paved the way for the video game industry as we know it today.
Level up… ;)
No one likes getting sick, not even plants! On this episode, Talia Karasov explains her research on how plants and pathogens co-evolve and the possible implications that this work might have on crop science.
Plant hospitals? ;)
Are modern technologies the best? What are some traditional methods we should preserve? On this episode, we discussed about earth sciences, natural disaster, fortran and water purification with the man on the street.
Santa brings coal for Christmas… ;)