Neil deGrasse Tyson and veteran science journalist Miles O’Brien discuss the conflict between journalism and corporate America. Plus, a new interview about science deniers with Elise Andrew and Bill Nye.
Editor’s Audio Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the November 26, 2014 issue
Take a journey beyond the headlines into the business of science journalism with Miles O’Brien, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice, and a new interview with Elise Andrew of IFLS and Bill Nye.
Cordelia Fine discusses the prevalence of “neurosexism” in the study of the human brain. Online news editor David Grimm brings stories on climbing walls like a gecko, human hand transplants, and measuring altruism in the lab. Hosted by Sarah Crespi. [Img: turkishdisco/Flickr/CC-BY-SA]
This randomized clinical trial reports that mechanical left atrial appendage closure was noninferior to warfarin for preventing stroke, systemic embolism, and cardiovascular death.
…tomorrow for visit. Recently, I had the opportunity to hear scientist – lawyer Dr. A. Christal Sheppard speak about her interesting career and thought… “Time to visit to my mater’s law school!” I have been interested in legal studies since I was a wee lass spending Saturdays in the public library reading about collateral estoppel. Plenty of chemists go […]
…tomorrow for visit.Â Recently, I had the opportunity to hear scientist – lawyerÂ Dr. A. Christal SheppardÂ speak about her interesting career and thought… “Time to visit to my mater’s law school!” I have been interested in legal studies since I was a wee lass spending Saturdays in the public library reading aboutÂ collateral estoppel. Plenty of chemists go […]
Where did we come from? Are we alone? Explore these questions with guest host Bill Nye the Science Guy, co-host Eugene Mirman and their guests comedian Dave Foley and SETI Institute Sr. Astronomer Seth Shostak.
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David Grimm and Meghna Sachdev discuss robots that can induce ghostly feelings, the domestication of cats, and training humans to echolocate. Elizabeth Pennisi discusses overcoming hippos’ dangerous reputation and oddly shaped bodies to study their important role in African ecosystems. Hosted by Sarah Crespi. [Img: Kabacchi/Wikipedia]
This observation trial reports that whole-exome sequencing provides a potential molecular diagnosis for patients referred for evaluation of suspected genetic conditions, including detection of rare genetic events and new mutations, contributing to dise…