A special episode explores the state of CRISPR use in agriculture. (Image credit: Can Stock Photo/molekuul.)
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CRISPR use in agriculture: Part 1
16:31A special episode explores the state of CRISPR use in agriculture. (Image credit: Can Stock Photo/molekuul.)
Language loss and medicinal plant knowledge
16:34Rodrigo Cámara-Leret explains the impact of indigenous language extinction on medicinal plant knowledge. Image credit: Pixabay/DEZALB.
How Zen stones form
10:31Nicolas Taberlet and Nicolas Plihon explore the physical explanation for a fascinating natural phenomenon: the formation of Zen stones on frozen lakes. Image credit: N. Taberlet, N. Plihon. Lab Physique ENS de Lyon and CNRS.
Greenhouse gas emissions tied to concrete
10:55Hessam Azarijafari, Randy Kirchain, and Jeremy Gregory explore how innovations in the concrete industry can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Image credit: Pexels/Life Of Pix.
Racial and ethnic disparities in pollutant exposure
12:31Sarah Chambliss discusses racial and ethnic disparities in exposure to air pollutants. Image credit: Pixabay/sueegeneris.
Soil microbes and hybrid vigor
10:39Maggie Wagner and Manuel Kleiner report that the interaction between maize and soil microbes influences hybrid vigor. Image credit: Kayla M. Clouse.
Racial disparities in air pollution
10:40Gaige Kerr discusses racial disparities in atmospheric levels of nitrogen dioxide in the United States.
Genome sequencing of extinct giant lemur
9:43Stephanie Marciniak, Logan Kistler, and Ed Louis describe an extinct giant lemur.
Upslope advance of forest fires
10:42Mohammad Reza Alizadeh, John T. Abatzoglou, and Mojtaba Sadegh report that forest fires have been advancing upslope across the western United States in recent decades.
How bats know the speed of sound
16:50Eran Amichai investigates how bats know the speed of sound.