Rachel Feltman

Oct. 09, 2015

Pluto’s Haze, a Michigan Mammoth, and Antioxidants and Skin Cancer

Pluto’s blue skies, a woolly mammoth in Michigan, and whether antioxidants help with the treatment of skin cancer.

pluto, antioxidants, woolly mammoth

Sep. 18, 2015

Arctic Mosquito Swarms, Our Shrinking Moon, and a ‘Dislike’ Button

Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post joins us for a roundup of her top science stories this week.

Aug. 07, 2015

Venomous Frogs, a Polar Bear World Record, and Printing Pills

A polar bear dives longer than ever before, and researchers in Brazil discover two venomous frogs.

polar bear, frog, fda, 3d printing

Jul. 10, 2015

'Biological Aging,' Debunking Signs of Cometary Life, Triceratops Kin

Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post joins us for a roundup of the top science stories this week.

biological aging, rachel feltman, daniel belsky

Jun. 26, 2015

Autonomous Trucks, Overgrown Goldfish, and an Edible Scientific Feud

Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post joins us for a roundup of her top science stories of the week.

autonomous truck, goldfish

Jun. 05, 2015

Koala Chlamydia, Pluto's Moons, and Bad Science Search Results

Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post talks about the week in science, and Christina Warren of Mashable joins to talk about science search results gone wrong.

google search, google instant answer, dinosaurs, what happened to the dinosaurs, creation museum

May. 29, 2015

The Thirty-Meter Telescope, A Cancer-Killing Virus, and a Fossil Find

Hawaii Public Radio reporter Molly Solomon talks about a new proposal for Hawaii's Thirty-Meter Telescope, and reporter Rachel Feltman sums up the week in science news.

thirty-meter telescope, hawaii, space observatory, telescope, David Ige, doug simons, rachel fetlman, vaccine, skin cancer, creationism

May. 22, 2015

Retracted Research, 3.3 Million-Year-Old Stone Tool, and Panda Guts

In this week’s news roundup, Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post joins us for a roundup of her top science stories of the week.

panda, retraction, stone tool, yeast, opiate drugs, news roundup, rachel feltman

May. 08, 2015

The Oldest Bird, a Distant Galaxy, and the Beard Microbiome

Rachel Feltman of The Washington Post joins us for a roundup of her top science stories this week.

rachel feltman, the washington post, beard microbiome, feces in beard, modern birds, distant galaxy, andrew freedman, mashable

Apr. 17, 2015

New Climate Polls, A Comet Mystery, and Puppy Love

Rachel Feltman of the Washington Post gives us her rundown of the week's science stories.

washington post, dogs and humans, human-dog bonding, oxytocin, yale climate center, anthony leiserowitz, climate change

Apr. 10, 2015

News Roundup: The Birth of the Moon, E.T. Life, and LHC Season Two

Washington Post science blogger Rachel Feltman gives us her top stories this week, and the BBC’s Jonathan Webb tells us what to expect from the revved-up particle collider.

large hadron collider, lhc, bbc, jonathan webb, moon, rachel feltman, speaking of science, physics, earth

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