Episode 21: Science as an International Collaborative Enterprise (From the Archive)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cvvbe-ba910d

This episode was originally broadcast on 88.1 KCFC on August 25, 2017.  Join Dr. Ulrike Muller, Dr. Madhusudan Katti, Dr. Andrew Jones, and Dr. David Lent in a discussion on science as an international collaborative enterprise!  We will be releasing more episodes from our archives alongside new episodes recorded here in Raleigh so make sure you follow us on twitter @science_candle and like our facebook.  Enjoy!

20. Thomas Elmqvist: Sustainability, Resilience, and Hope for Humans Living with Nature

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q9bxj-addbe6

Science: A Candle In The Dark
Episode 20: 
Airdate: 4 April 2019
Hosts: Dr. Madhu Katti, Dr. Katie Mack

Guest: Dr. Thomas ElmqvistStockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University

Summary: On this episode, we discuss sustainability and resilience in places across the globe, natural and human systems, and the relationship between equity in society and sustainability. Follow @science_candle on twitter for more updates!

19. Rob Dunn and Carl Sagan’s Armpit Bacteria

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fn44n-a5d2ab

In this episode recorded just before the US government shutdown of 2018-19, hosts Dr. Katie Mack and Dr. Madhusudan Katti interview Dr. Rob Dunn, in a conversation that ranged from climate change to space exploration, from the biodiversity in rainforests to that living with us in in our homes, from microbes in our shower heads to those on the space station, and perhaps even on the Voyager spacecrafts! Hope you enjoy it, and Madhu’s poor voice recovering from the cold is not too distracting. 

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