Can eating exotic species help protect our ecosystem? There are a few scientists that think this idea is not only a good one but its also tasty.
A device to measure a persons empathy levels
With the ability to eat twice their body mass a day, Larva may be the solution to our planet’s waste. Professor David Hu is conducting research to see how the appetites of these tiny creatures can combat human waste issues…
The amygdala—that pesky corner of the brain that produces feelings of anxiety, fear and general stress—is physically smaller in the brains of expert meditators. … But meditation won’t change your brain for the better unless you actually sit down and practice!
There is so much more to magnets than we originally thought, checkout some new things Ainissa Ramirez (a Scientist, Author and a self-proclaimed “Science Evangelist) discusses in this video.
Virtual reality has opened the door for endless possibilities in treating medical conditions including pain management. Chief Medical Officer of Samsung electronics of America, Dr. David Rhew, joins Hari Sreenivasan via Google Hangout to discuss virtual reality advancements in the medical profession.
Ebola vaccine candidates against Ebola have been developed in the decade prior to 2014, but none have yet been approved for clinical use in humans. Several promising vaccine candidates have been shown to protect nonhuman primates against lethal infection….
Ainissa Ramirez is a scientist and the creator of a podcast series called “Science Underground.” she joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss if there are genetic markers for concussions.
Could a blind fish help scientists learn more about human sleep patterns?