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A Soupçon of SciComm with Srikanth Iyengar on Euler’s number

A Soupçon of SciComm with Srikanth Iyengar on Euler’s number
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References: Srikanth’s homepage at the University of Utah Vertices, Faces and Edges Euler’s characteristic Cutting squares into equal area triangles

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Manisit Das on cancer immunotherapy

A Soupçon of SciComm with Manisit Das on cancer immunotherapy
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  References: Manisit’s citations What is ComSciCon? ComSciCon Triangle Oncobites Manisit on Oncobites writing about Cancers and Immunotherapies Manisit on

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Dr. Ramesh Laungani on resource allocation in plants

A Soupçon of SciComm with Dr. Ramesh Laungani on resource allocation in plants
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Dr. Laungani is the first ever Associate Professor to be featured in our series! Listed as we chat about Plant

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A Soupçon of Scicomm with Manan Gupta on Evolution and Niche construction

A Soupçon of Scicomm with Manan Gupta on Evolution and Niche construction
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Manan Gupta talks to us about how reading Richard Dawkins helped him change his interests, about how subject boundaries are artificially created and his work on Evolution and Niche construction. Tune in!

A Soupçon of SciComm with Reema Jayakar on the Universality of human emotions

A Soupçon of SciComm with Reema Jayakar on the Universality of human emotions
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Can you feel somebody else’s emotions? Pain, frustration, relief and even happiness? Humans might be one of the very few species that can do this with remarkable fidelity! Reema Jayakar explains how understand this Universality of Human emotions was a turning point for her as a neuropsychologist.

A Soupçon of SciComm with Vijay Ramesh on using history to study ecology

A Soupçon of SciComm with Vijay Ramesh on using history to study ecology
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Vijay Ramesh talks to us about why its important to learn from the past so that we can effectively predict our future – not just for global warming, but also for bird migrations!

A Soupçon of SciComm with Anusha Shankar on hummingbirds and energy budgets

A Soupçon of SciComm with Anusha Shankar on hummingbirds and energy budgets
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Hummingbirds are some of the tiniest birds with one of the highest metabolism rates ever found in the animal kingdom. Listen to Anusha Shankar explain how they manage to sleep at night and not die of starvation!

A Soupçon of SciComm with Arnab Dasgupta on Cosmology

A Soupçon of SciComm with Arnab Dasgupta on Cosmology
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Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of Starship IndSciComm. Its continuing mission – to explore strange new science.

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Deeptha Vasudevan on Zebrafish and Neurogenesis

A Soupçon of SciComm with Deeptha Vasudevan on Zebrafish and Neurogenesis
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Deeptha thinks Zebrafish are the coolest fish in the world. Probably even the coolest animal ever? Do you know why?

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Shrinivasan Raghuraman on cone snails that hunt

A Soupçon of SciComm with Shrinivasan Raghuraman on cone snails that hunt
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Shrinivasan Raghuraman studies some really shy animals. But they hunt, taser, harpoon and even suck blood! Want to learn more? Press Play!