Category: The Podcast

S1E7: The Air We Breathe

In this episode, Devon and Richard talk to Dr Julie Koester of UNC-Wilmington and Dr Orly Levithan of Rutgers about the truth behind where our oxygen comes from, and the tiny organisms we have to thank for our very existence.

S1E6: Life in the Twilight (Crepuscular) Zone

Devon and Richard venture into the Twilight Zone, by going on a walk at Twilight, the time between light and dark, to explore what life is like and what has pressured so many animals to take advantage of this peculiar time of day—er, night—the in-between?

S1E5 It’s Not Easy Being Green: Canary in the Coal Mine

In the mid-season premiere, we tell the story of two Harvard professors with a bucket of frogs and a rooftop, solve the decade old mystery of exploding toads in Germany, identify the culprit of frog deformities across the Western US, speak with Dr. Voyles about her research on disease ecology and amphibians in Panama, and chat with Dr. Konrad Rykaczewski about the inspiration for his antifreeze technology.

Mid-Season Premier Earth Day 2018

The mid-season premier is coming this Earth Day—April 22, 2018

Mid-Season Finale S1E4 Taste For Blood: Nature’s Vampires

This episode, we have a story that takes us all the way from Copenhagen, to the rain forest of South America— from the belly of the beast, to it’s excrement—as we explore nature’s Vampires